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  1. “Keratoconjunctivitis with Corneal Crystal Caused by the Diffenbachia Plant,” William Ellis, et al., American Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 76, page 43.
  2. “Leukemic Infiltration of the Optic Nerve Head,” William Ellis and Hunter Little, American Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol. 75, page 867.
  3. Radial Keratotomy and Astigmatic Surgery. William Ellis. Medical Aesthetics Publisher. Newport Beach, California, September, 134 pages.
  4. Radial Keratotomy and Astigmatism Surgery, 2nd Edition. William Ellis. Keith Terry and Associates, Publishers, November, 139 pages.
  5. “Thermocoagulation of the Cornea” W. Ellis, Ocular Surgery News, October 26, SLACK Publishers.
  6. “Thermokeratoplasty for Hyperopia,” Ocular Surgery News, page 18, Vol. 7, Number 12, SLACK Publishers.
  7. “Regression of Effect Following Radial Thermalkeratoplasty in Humans,” S.T. Feldman and William Ellis, et al., Journal of Refractive and Corneal Surgery. Vol. 5, page 288. SLACK Publishers.
  8. “Advances in Astigmatism Correction,” William Ellis, Keratorefractive Surgery, Ed. Schachar, et al., pages 110-120, LAL Publishing, Denison, Texas.
  9. “Surgical Correction of Astigmatism,” W. Ellis, Ocular Surgery News, International Edition, Vol. 1 Number 3, page 7, March. SLACK Publishers.
  10. “Experimental Radial Thermalkeratoplasty in Rabbits,” S.T. Feldman and W. Ellis, et al., Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. 108, page 997, July.
  11. I/A Tip Treatment Improves Clinical Action,” W. Ellis, Ocular Surgery News, Vol. 9, page 27, June 1.
  12. “Surgical Management of Overcorrection in Radial Keratotomy and Astigmatism Surgery,” W. Ellis, Ophthalmology Times, Vol. 16, Number 14, July 15.
  13. “Stitchless Cataract Surgery Through a 6 mm wide Tunnel Incision,” W. Ellis, Ocular Surgery News, Vol. 9, pages 74-5, August 15.
  14. Keratotomy Surgery for Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism, W. Ellis, Eye Center Press, El Cerrito, California, October, 323 pages.
  15. “Radial Keratotomy in Keratoconus,” W. Ellis, Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Vol. 18, pages 406-409, July.
  16. “Management of Overcorrection in Radial Keratotomy and Astigmatism Surgery,” W. Ellis, Ophthalmosurgery (Moscow), submitted for publication.
  17. “Considering Four Factors Improves RK Predictability,” W. Ellis, Ocular Surgery News, Vol. 10, Number 9, page 68.
  18. “RK, Astigmatism, Overcorrections Reversed,” W. Ellis, Ophthalmology Times, Vol. 11, pages 14-5.
  19. “Viewpoint of an Expert Witness: Legal Issues in Refractive Surgery,” W. Ellis, Managing and Marketing Your Refractive Surgery Practice, R. Bruce Grene, (Ed.) EMK Publishing Inc., New York.
  20. “Surgical Management of Overcorrections in Radial Keratotomy Surgery,” W.Ellis, Ophthalmosurgery, Vol. 3, Moscow, Russia
  21. “The Surgical Conquest of Presbyopia; Are There Implications for Cataract and Glaucoma?” (to be published). W. Ellis, Ophthalmosurgery, Moscow, Russia.
  22. “Surgical Correction of Presbyopia,” W. Ellis, Opthalmosurgery, Vol. 2, pages 38-44.
  23. “Presbyopia and Accommodation.” W. Ellis, Ophthalmology v:109.
  24. “Presbyopia, Accommodation and Mature Catenary,” W. Ellis, Ophthalmology, Vol. 109, page 1415.
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