University of California, Berkeley, 1967
University of California, Berkeley, 1968
University of California, Berkeley, 1978
University of California, Berkeley, 1994
University of California, Berkeley, 2005
Burger DS; Zadnik K; Keratoconus, in London and Harris (Ed), Problems in Optometry, J. Lippincott, Philadelphia; 2(4):643-663, 1990.
Burger DS; Keratoconus: Etiology, Diagnosis, and Management, Practical Optometry, Medicopea, Montreal; 2(4):121-129, 1991.
Burger DS, London R; Soft Opaque Contact Lenses in Binocular Vision Problems, Journal of the American Optometric Association, 64(3):176-180, 1993.
Burger DS; Contact Lens Alternatives for Keratoconus, Contact Lens Spectrum 8(3):49-55, 1993.
Burger DS, Barr J; Effects of contact lenses in keratoconus, In Silbert JA (ed) Anterior Segment Complications of Contact Lens Wear, New York, Churchhill Livingstone, 379-399, 1994.
Chan JS, Mandell RB, Burger DS, Fusaro RB. Accuracy of videokeratography for instantaneous radius in keratoconus, Optometry and Vision Science 72(11):793, 1995.
Burger DS; Zadnik K; Keratoconus, in London and Harris (Ed), Contact Lenses for Pre and Post-Surgery, St. Louis, Mosby, pp. 21-52, 1996.
Zadnik K, Burger DS. (1995) Keratoconus. In: Bennett ES, Weissman BA. Clinical Contact Lens Practice. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company.
Chan J, Burger DS; Contact lens fitting of irregular corneas, Contact Lens Spectrum, 12(4);32-40, 1997.
Burger DS, Shovlin JP, Zadnik K; Keratoconus: Diagnosis and Management, Pacific University On Line continuing education series, Address: www.PacificU.edu/oce/course 11; August 1997
Burger DS, Shovlin JP, Zadnik K; Keratoconus: Diagnosis and Management, Optometry Today 5(7);14-28, 1997.
Burger DS: Keratoconus fitting made easy. Optometry Today, 6(8); 36-39, 1998.
Burger DS, Pediatric Contact Lenses, The Untapped Population, Editorial, Silicon Hydrogyl Newletter. October, 2006
Burger DS., Davis LJ, Aphakia. In Bennett ES and Henry VA, Clinical Manual of Contact Lenses, 3rd Edition, Philadelphia, Lippencott, pp 468-507, 2008
About Dr. Burger
Dr. Burger’s primary interest and practice was in the fitting of Specialty Contact Lenses. Contact lenses can be used not only for common vision problems, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness, but can be used for various medical conditions to improve a patient’s vision. Eye diseases due to corneal irregularity will cause decreased vision. These patients will benefit from the use of contact lenses. The contact lenses will dramatically improve the vision and the quality of life for these patients. Conditions that benefit from contact lenses include: keratoconus, pellucid degeneration, corneal transplants, and corneal scars. Dr. Burger has helped patients see better for 50 yrs. Dr. Burger continues to teach in our clinic and share his expertise with patients and students.