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Charles David Kelman - bibliography

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American ophthalmic surgeon, Born May 23, 1930, Brooklyn, N.Y., Died June 1, 2004, Boca Raton, Florida.

Bibliography

  • A propos de quelques cas de mononucleose infectieuse. Genève 1956.
    [Medical doctoral thesis, University of Geneva] Cryosurgery of retinal detachment and other ocular conditions.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Monthly, January 1963, 42: 42-46.
  • Cryogenic ophthalmic surgery.
    C. D. Kelman, I. S. Cooper.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, November 1963, 56: 731-739.
  • Cryophthalmic surgery. A resume of the text presented with the film.
    C. D. Kelman, I. S. Cooper.
    Transactions. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, November–December 1964, 68: 1009-1011.
  • Complications of cryosurgical cataract extraction.
    C. D. Kelman.
    International Ophthalmology Clinics, March 1965, 5: 81-93.
  • A new cryosurgical instrument for treatment of retinal tears.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, March-April 1966, 70 (2): 288-290.
  • Effects of freezing on ocular tissues. I. Clinical and histologic study of corneal endothelium.
    H. H. Chi, C. D. Kelman.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, April 1966, 61 (4): 630-641.
  • Cryoextraction of cataracts.
    C. D. Kelman.
    International Ophthalmology Clinics, summer 1967, 7 (2): 335-346.
  • Histopathology of corneal endothelium after freezing.
    H. H. Chi, C. D. Kelman.
    International Ophthalmology Clinics, Summer 1967, 7 (2): 369-380.
  • Phaco-emulsification and aspiration. A new technique of cataract removal. A preliminary report.
    C. D. Kelman.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, July1967, 64 (1): 23-35.
  • Cryotherapy, a new and experimental approach to the treatment of periodontal disease.
    R. B. Odrich, C. D. Kelman.
    Periodontics, Brookline, Massachusetts, November-December 1967, 5 (6): 313-317.
  • Ophthalmologic findings with oral contraceptives.
    E. B. Connell, C. D. Kelman.
    Obstetrics and Gynecology, April 1968, 31 (4): 456-460.
  • Eye examinations in patients taking oral contraceptives.
    E. B. Connell, C. D. Kelman.
    Fertility and Sterility, New York, January-February 1969, 20 (1): 67-74.
  • Physics of ultrasound in cataract removal.
    C. D. Kelman.
    International Ophthalmology Clinics, Fall 1969, 9 (3): 739-744.
  • Extracapsular cataract extraction.
    C. D. Kelman.
    International Surgery, March 1969, 51 (3): 199-201.
  • Phaco-emulsification and aspiration. A progress report.
    C. D. Kelman.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, April 1969, 67 (4): 464-477.
  • Cataract emulsification and aspiration.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom, 1970, 90: 13-22.
  • Intracapsular lens extraction through a small incision.
    C. D. Kelman.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, February 1970, 69 (2): 277-283.
  • Ultrasonic emulsification and aspiration of traumatic hyphema. A preliminary report.
    C. D. Kelman, D. L. Brooks.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, June 1971, 71 (6): 1289-1291.
  • Systemic pilocarpine toxicity in the treatment of angle closure glaucoma.
    J. J. Greco, C. D. Kelman.
    Annals of Ophthalmology, Chicago, January 1973, 5 (1): 57-59.
  • Phaco-emulsification and aspiration of senil cataracts: a comparative study with intra-capsular extraction.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, January 1973, 8 (1): 24-32.
  • Phaco-emulsification and aspiration. A report of 500 consecutive cases.
    C. D. Kelman.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, May 1973, 75 (5): 764-768.
  • Symposium: Phacoemulsification. History of emulsification and aspiration of senile cataracts.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, January-February 1974, 78 (1): OP5-13.
  • Symposium: Phacoemulsification. Summary of personal experience.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, January-February 1974, 78 (1): OP35-38.
  • Phacoemulsification in the anterior chamber.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Ophthalmology, November 1979, 86 (11): 1980-1982.
  • YAG laser anterior capsulotomy.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Journal. American Intra-Ocular Implant Society, Summer 1984, 10 (3): 359-360.
  • Parachute cataract surgery.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology, St. Louis, 1984, 32: 159-163.
  • The neodymium: YAG laser.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology, St. Louis, 1984, 32: 202-225.
  • Basic principles of IOL design.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Transactions of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology, St. Louis, 1984, 32: 78-98.
  • In defense of the Omnifit lens.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Fairfax, Virginia, January 1988, 14 (1): 100-101.
  • The history and development of phacoemulsification.
    C. D. Kelman.
    International Ophthalmology Clinics, Spring 1994, 34 (2): 1-12.
  • In vivo evaluation of a collagen corneal allograft derived from rabbit dermis.
    E. W. Kornmehl, B. K. Bredvik, C. D. Kelman, M. B. Raizman, D. P. DeVore.
    Journal of Refractive Surgery, November-December 1995, 11 (6): 502-506.
  • In tune with the father of phacoemulsification.
    C. D. Kelman.
    Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, October 1997, 23 (8): 1128-1129. Biographical etc:
  • C. D. kelman:
    Through my eyes : the story of a surgeon who dared to take on the medical world.
    New York 1985.
  • Suresh K. Pandey, E. John Milverton Franzco, and Anthony J. Maloof Franzco:
    History of Ophthalmology: A tribute to Charles David Kelman MD: ophthalmologist, inventor and pioneer of phacoemulsification surgery.
    Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, Carlton, Australia. 2004, 32 (5): 529-533.
  • Wikipedia.
  • Obituary on the the homepage of the Interrnational Retinal Research Foundation.
  • Ivan Oransky:
    Charles Kelman. The Lancet, 2004, 364 (9429): 134.
We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.

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