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Jampolsky, A. (1951). The problem of the poor reader. California Medicine, 74, 230.
Jampolsky, A. (1951). Retinal correspondence in patients with small degree strabismus. Ama Archives Of Ophthalmology, 45, 18–26.
Jampolsky, A. (1953). The Management of Strabismus. California Medicine, 79, 367.
Jampolsky, A. (1979). Current techniques of adjustable strabismus surgery. American Journal Of Ophthalmology, 88, 406–418.
Jampolsky, A. (2005). What do we really know about strabismus and its management. Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus. 2Nd Edn. Elsevier, 1001–11.
Jampolsky, A. (1981). Superior rectus revisited. Transactions Of The American Ophthalmological Society, 79, 243.
Jampolsky, A. (1987). When is supermaximal surgery safe?. American Orthoptic Journal, 37, 33–44.
Jampolsky, A. (1955). Characteristics of suppression in strabismus. Ama Archives Of Ophthalmology, 54, 683–696.
Jampolsky, A. (1970). Ocular divergence mechanisms. Transactions Of The American Ophthalmological Society, 68, 730.
Jampolsky, A., Flom, B. C., & Freid, A. N.. (1957). Fixation disparity in relation to heterophoria. American Journal Of Ophthalmology, 43, 97–106.
Jampolsky, A. (1956). Esotropia and convergent fixation disparity. American Journal Of Ophthalmology, 41, 825–833.
Jampolsky, A. (1986). Treatment of exodeviations. Transactions Of The New Orleans Academy Of Ophthalmology, 34, 201.
Jampolsky, A. (1957). Bilateral anomalies of the oblique muscles. Transactions-American Academy Of Ophthalmology And Otolaryngology. American Academy Of Ophthalmology And Otolaryngology, 61, 689–98.
Jampolsky, A. (1959). SQUINT AND ALLIED CONDITIONS. California Medicine, 91, 235.
Jampolsky, A. (1964). The prism test for strabismus screening. Journal Of Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus, 1, 30–34.
Jampolsky, A. (1965). Oblique muscle surgery of the AV patterns. Journal Of Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus, 2, 31–36.