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12.15. References

a. Title 38 CFR Section 17.149. Sensori-neural Aids.

b. Title 38 U.S.C.1701 (6)(A)(i). Definitions: Sensori-neural Aids.

c. Preferred Practice Patterns, Vision Rehabilitation for Adults, American Academy of Ophthalmology. http://www.aao.org/aao/education/library/ppp

d. VHA Handbook 1173.5.

e. Griffin JR, Cline D, Hofstetter, HW. Dictionary of Visual Science, Fourth Edition, Chilton Trade Book Publishing, Radnor, Pennsylvania.

f. Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline, Care of the Patient with Presbyopia, American Optometric Association. http://www.aoanet.org/documents/CPG-17.pdf

g. Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline, Care of the Patient with Myopia, American Optometric Association. http://www.aoanet.org/documents/CPG-15.pdf

h. Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline, Care of the Patient with Hyperopia, American Optometric Association. http://www.aoanet.org/documents/CPG-16.pdf

i. Optometric Clinical Practice Guideline, Care of the Patient with Amblyopia, American Optometric Association. http://www.aoanet.org/documents/CPG-4.pdf

j. VHA Prosthetic Clinical Management Program (PCMP) Clinical Practice Recommendations: Prescription and Provision of Optical Low-vision Devices to Aid in Overcoming Visual Impairment, September 2004.

k. VHA PCMP Clinical Practice Recommendations for Prescription of Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTVs) and other Electronic Optical Enhancement Devices (EOEDs), August 2002.

l. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Committee Z80 for Ophthalmic Standards. Optical Laboratories Association, Merrifield, Virginia. http://www.ola-labs.org

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