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American ophthalmologist, born 1951, Elmire, New York


D. A. Jabs:
•  Acyclovir for recurrent herpes simplex virus ocular disease.
   The New England of Medicine, Boston, 1998, 339: 340–341.

D. A. Jabs, J. T. Rosenbaum, C. S. Foster, G. N. Holland, G J. Jaffe, J. S. Louie, R. B. Nussenblatt, R. E. Stiehm, H. Tessler, R. N. Van Gelder,, S. M. Whitcup, D. Yocum:
•  Guidelines for the use of immunosuppressive drugs in patients with
    ocular inflammatory disorders:  recommendations of an expert panel.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, 2000, 130: 492–513.

D. A. Jabs, A. Mudun, J. P. Dunn, M. J. Marsh:
•  Episcleritis and scleritis: clinical features and treatment results.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, 2000, 130: 469–476.

D. A. Jabs, B. K. Martin, M. S. Forman, L. Hubbard, J. P. Dunn, J. H. Kempen, J. L. Davis, D. V. Weinberg, for the Cytomegalovirus Retinitis and Viral Resistance Study Group:
•  Cytomegalovirus resistance to ganciclovir and clinical outcomes of patients with
    cytomegalovirus retinitis.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, 2003, 135: 26–34.

D. A. Jabs, J. T. Holbrook, M. L. Van Natta, R. Clark, M. A. Jacobson, J. H. Kempen, R. L. Murphy, for the Studies of Ocular Complications of AIDS Research Group:
•  Risk factors for mortality in patients with AIDS in the era of highly active
    antiretroviral therapy.    
    Ophthalmology, New York, 2005, 112: 771–779.

J. E. Thorne, D. A. Jabs,, G. B. Peters,, Hair D, J. P. Dunn,  J. H. Kempen:
•  Birdshot retinochoroidopathy: ocular complications and visual impairment.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, 2005, 140: 45–51.

• The Standardization of Uveitis Nomenclature (SUN) Working Group.
    Standardization of uveitis  nomenclature for reporting clinical data.
    Results of the first international workshop.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology 2005, 140: 509–516.

J. E. Thorne, S. E. Wittenberg D. A. Jabs, G. B. Peters, S. R. Kedhar, J. P. Dunn:
•  Multifocal choroiditis with panuveitis: incidence of ocular complications and
    loss of visual acuity.  Ophthalmology, New York, 2006, 113: 2310–2316.

J. E. Thorne, D. A. Jabs, S. R. S. R. Kedhar, G. B. Peters,, J. P. Dunn:
•   Loss of visual field among patients with birdshot chorioretinopathy.
    American Journal of Ophthalmology, New York, 2008, 145: 23–28.

D. A. Jabs:
•  AIDS and ophthalmology, 2008.
    Archives of Ophthalmology, Chicago, 2008, 126: 1143–1146.

A. Galor , D. A. Jabs, H. A. Leder, S. R. Kedhar, J. P. Dunn, J. E. Thorne:
•  Comparison of antimetabolite drugs as corticosteroid–sparing therapy for
    noninfectious ocular inflammation
    Ophthalmology, New York, 2008, 115:1826–1832.

J. H. Kempen,, E. Daniel, J. P. Dunn, C. S. Foster, S. Gangaputra, A. Hanish, K. J. Helzlsouer, D. A. Jabs, R. O. Kaçmaz, G. A. Levy–Clarke, T. L. Liesegang, C. W. Newcomb, R. B. Nussenblatt, S. S. Pujari, J. T. Rosenbaum, E. B. Suhler, J. E. Thorne:
•  Overall and cancer related mortality among patients with ocular inflammation
    treated with     immunosuppressive therapy: retrospective cohort study.
    British Medical Journal, London, 2009, 339: b2480.

D. A. Jabs, B. K. Martin BK, M. S. Forman, for the Cytomegalovirus Retinitis and Viral Resistance Research Group:
•  Mortality associated with resistant cytomegalovirus among patients with
    cytomegalovirus retinitis and AIDS. Ophthalmology.


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