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John Shock

TitleEmeritus Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentOphthalmology, College of Medicine
DivisionOphthalmology Faculty
AddressJ638 Jones Eye Institute
4105 Outpatient Circle
Mail Slot # 523
Little Rock AR 72205
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    Dr. John P. Shock is a distinguished professor in the Department of Ophthalmology in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). He is a board-certified ophthalmologist who specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology and retinal disease. Dr. Shock received his undergraduate degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and attended Duke University School of Medicine. He completed an ophthalmology residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and a fellowship in retinal disease and surgery at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida.A talented physician and surgeon, Dr. Shock holds three patents for surgical instruments he designed.Dr. Shock has served as chief of staff of UAMS Medical Center. He chaired the national Residency Review Committee for Ophthalmology from 1993 to 1996. He served as president of the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology (AUPO) in 2002-2003, a past board member from 1998 to 2001. He is the first holder of the John P. Shock, M.D., Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology, an honor with which he was vested in 1995.

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    1. Shock J. Letter to: EyeNet Magazine, American Academy of Ophthalmology. March, 2013. 2013.
    2. Harper RA, Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 2006.
    3. Shock JP. President's Perspective: Reform with Change. 2003.
    4. Harper, RH, Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 2003; (2003).
    5. Shock JP. President's Perspective: Should the AUPO increase its leadership role on behalf of academic ophthalmology?. 2002.
    6. Shock JP. President's Perspective: New general competencies for residents. 2002.
    7. Shock JP. President's Perspective: HIPAA, We have all heard about it, but how much do we really know?. 2002.
    8. Shock JP. Chancellor establishes Clinical Enterprise Council (CEC). 2002.
    9. Harper RA, Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1999.
    10. Shock JP, Harper RA. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1995.
    11. Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1994.
    12. Shock JP. Har-Ber Village. 1993.
    13. Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1992.
    14. Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1989.
    15. Adams DF, Shock JP. Prediction of postoperative visual acuity in cataract patients using the Flying Corpuscle Viewer. Ophthalmic Surg. 1986; 17(8):509 - 512.
    16. Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1986.
    17. Shock JP, Adams D. Long-term visual acuity results after penetrating and perforating ocular injuries. Am J Ophthalmol. 1985; 100(5):714 - 718.
    18. Zalta AH, Shock JP, Petursson GJ, Zimmerman TJ. Topical Timolol and Epinephrine: electrolyte and acid-base effects in rabbit. Glaucoma. 1985; 7(1):35-38.
    19. Burns ER, Shock JP, Roberson M, Hinson WG, Pipkin JL, Anson JF. Preparation of human corneal epithelium for cell cycle analysis by flow cytometry. 1985; 29A-30A.
    20. Shock JP, Landers JH. An ultrasonic titanium needle with a 0.3-mm end or side opening. Am J Ophthalmol. 1984; 98(6):804 - 805.
    21. Zalta AH, Shock JP. Goldmann perimetry at the V. A. Hospital: one year follow-up in 65 glaucoma patients. J Ark Med Soc. 1984; 81(4):199 - 202.
    22. Komadina TG, Wilkes TD, Shock JP, Ulmer WC, Jackson J, Bradsher RW. Response of Aspergillus Fumigatus keratitis in rabbits to ketoconazole or standard therapy. 1984; 373A.
    23. Brown MF, Shock JP. Ocular Therapy. 1984; Systemic Lupus Erythematosis.
    24. Zalta AH, Shock JP. Goldmann perimetry versus tangent screen: the difference in 104 V.A. Hospital glaucoma patients/suspects. J Ark Med Soc. 1983; 79(10):344 - 346.
    25. Zalta AH, Shock JP, Stone JE, Petursson GJ. Topical timolol and epinephrine: biochemical actions and interactions in the rabbit eye in vivo. Ann Ophthalmol. 1983; 15(2):141 - 149.
    26. Brainard JO, Landers JH, Shock JP. Recurrent angle closure glaucoma following a patent 75-micron laser iridotomy: a case report. Ophthalmic Surg. 1982; 13(12):1030 - 1032.
    27. Shock JP, Zalta AH. Inhibition of secondary cataracts by cryolysis of lens epithelium in rabbits. Ophthalmic Surg. 1982; 13(2):125 - 129.
    28. Shock JP. General Ophthalmology. Lens. 1982.
    29. Chappell CW, Brainard J, Shock JP. Oculoglandular tularemia - a case report. J Ark Med Soc. 1981; 78(3):128 - 130.
    30. Shock JP. Current Ocular Therapy. Congenital Cataracts. 1980.
    31. Shock JP. Corneal endothelial effects of current ultrasonic cataract extractors. Ann Ophthalmol. 1979; 11(1):117 - 118.
    32. Van Gemert J, Shock JP. Early postoperative evaluation of patients with and without intraocular lens. 1977.
    33. Shock JP. Phacofragmentation and irrigation. Ann Ophthalmol. 1976; 8(5):591 - 594.
    34. Shock JP. Phacofragmentation and other planned extracapsular cataract techniques. Annals Ophthalmol. 1976; 8:591-596.
    35. Husted RC, Shock JP. Acute presumed histoplasmosis of the optic nerve head. Br J Ophthalmol. 1975; 59(8):409 - 412.
    36. Shock JP. The use of O'Gawa double barrel needle in reverse in combination with phacofragmentation of cataracts. 1975.
    37. Shock JP. Planned extracapsular cataract surgery with large incision. 1975.
    38. Davis GV, Shock JP. Septo-optic dysplasia associated with see-saw nystagmus. Arch Ophthalmol. 1975; 93(2):137 - 139.
    39. Shock JP. Phacocryolysis combined with phacofragmentation and irrigation for removal of cataracts. Am J Ophthalmol. 1974; 77(6):860 - 864.
    40. Shock JP. Symposium: Phacoemulsification. Alternative techniques: phacofragmentation, phacocryolysis, and irrigation of cataracts. Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol. 1974; 78(1):OP22 - OP27.
    41. Shock JP, Wergeland FL, Vaughan DG, Richards WW, Lauring LM, Davis GV, Balent A, Kirmani TH, Rutten R. Phacofragmentation and irrigation of cataracts. Trip to Pakistan. Trans Pac Coast Otoophthalmol Soc Annu Meet. 1974; 55:279 - 286.
    42. Brenner EH, Shock JP. Proptosis secondary to systemic lupus erythematosus. Arch Ophthalmol. 1974; 91(1):81 - 82.
    43. Shock JP. Phacofragmentation, phacocryolysis for the removal of cataracts. Trans Am Acad Oto-Ophthal Soc. 1974; 55:279-286.
    44. Shock JP, Appleton B. Continuous irrigation for removal of congenital and traumatic cataracts. Ann Ophthalmol. 1973; 5(3):361 - 362.
    45. Shock JP, Gutman FA, Appleton B. Removal of dense secondary pupillary membranes following trauma: report of three cases. Ann Ophthalmol. 1973; 5(2):243 - 249.
    46. Shock JP. Phacofragmentation and irrigation of cataracts. A preliminary report. Am J Ophthalmol. 1972; 74(2):187 - 192.
    47. Shock JP. Eye size in persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous. 1972.
    48. Shock JP, Davis G, Wergeland FL. Cataract removal by ultrasonic vibration and irrigation. Sight Sav Rev. 1972; 42(4):195 - 199.
    49. Shock JP. Removal of cataracts with ultrasonic fragmentation and continuous irrigation. Trans Pac Coast Otoophthalmol Soc Annual Meet. 1972; 53:139 - 144.
    50. Shock JP. Acqueous metal content associated with intraocular foreign bodies. 1970.
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