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Dr. J.R. Gonder MD, FRCS(C)

Contact:
Ivey Eye Institute
St. Joseph's Hospital
268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario N6A 4V2
Phone: 519 646-6100 ext. 58206
Fax: 519 646-6248

Specialty: Vitreo Retinal Surgery
Clinical Focus: Diseases of the Retina, Vitreous, and Choroid
Residency: The University of Western Ontario

Fellowship (Institution):
Ophthalmic Pathology,
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

Vitreo Retinal,
Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia

Appointment:
Associate Professor 

Publications:

  1.  Chen GB, Chaudhary V, Gonder J, Chakrabarti S. Extracellular Matrix Proteins in Epiretinal Membranes and in Diabetic Retinopathy. Curr Eye Res. 2009 Feb;34(2):134-44.

  2. Yuen D, Gonder J, Proulx A, Lui H, Hutnik C. Comparison of the In Vitro Safety of Intraocular Dyes Using Two Retinal Cell Lines: A Focus on Brilliant Blue G and Indocyanine Green.Am J Ophthalmol. 2009 Feb;147(2):251-259. Epub 2008 Nov 7

  3. Khan ZA, Farhangkhoee H, Mahon JL, Bere L, Gonder JR, Chan BM, Uniyal S, Chakrabarti S. Endothelins: regulators of extracellular matrix protein production in diabetes. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2006 Jun;231(6):1022-9.

  4. Perkins SL, Han DP, Gonder JR, Beaumont PE, Coley G. Dynamic atypical optic nerve coloboma associated with transient macular detachment. Arch Ophthalmol. 2005 Dec;123(12): 1750-4.

  5. Gonder JR, Proulx AA, Gale, JS. Anatomic and visual outcomes after indocyanine green-assisted peeling of the retinal internal limiting membrane in idiopathic macular hole surgery. Am J Ophthalmol. 2004 Oct;138(4):690-1; author reply 691.

  6. Gale JS, Proulx AA, Gonder JR, Mao AJ, Hutnik CM. Comparison of the in vitro toxicity of indocyanine green to that of trypan blue in human retinal pigment epithelium cell cultures. Am J Ophthalmol. 2004 Jul;138(1):64-9.

  7. Khan ZA, Cukiernik M, Gonder JR, Hooper, PL. Oncofetal fibronectin in diabetic retinopathy.Invest Ophthalmol. Vis Sci. 2004 Jan;45(1):287-95.

  8. Sub-Tenon's injection for posterior segment surgery. Sheidow, T. G., Gonder, J. R., and Hooper, P. L. Ophthalmology 2001: 108; 1006-1008.
     
  9. Macular hole following YAG capsulotomy. Chaudhary, R., Sheidow, T., Gonder, J. R., and Merchea, M. M. Br.J.Ophthalmol. 1999: 83; 755.
     
  10. Presumed calcified retinal cavernous hemangioma. Almasswary, M. A. and Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1999: 34; 294-295.
     
  11. Cystoid macular edema following combined phacoemulsification and vitrectomy for macular hole. Sheidow, T. G. and Gonder, J. R. Retina 1998: 18; 510-514.
     
  12. Macular hole secondary to retrobulbar needle perforation. Sheidow, T. G. and Gonder, J. R. Retina 1998: 18; 178-180.
     
  13. The development of green vision in association with terbinafine therapy. Gupta, A. K., Gonder, J. R., Shear, N. H., and Dilworth, G. R. Arch.Dermatol. 1996: 132; 845-846.
     
  14. Retina update: idiopathic macular holes. Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1996: 31; 165-168.
     
  15. Management of severe hypotony with intravitreal injection of Healon. Cadera, W., Harding, P. W., Gonder, J. R., and Hooper, P. L. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1993: 28; 236-237.
     
  16. Trans-scleral neodymium: YAG retinal photocoagulation in rabbit eyes. Chang, T. S., Hooper, P. L., Gonder, J. R., and Shum, D. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1992: 27; 326-330.
     
  17. Effect of vitrectomy and cytopreparatory techniques on cell survival and preservation. Conlon, M. R., Craig, I., Harris, J. F., Molinaro, P., Ventresca, M., and Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1992: 27; 168-171.
     
  18. Low-dose tamoxifen retinopathy. Chang, T., Gonder, J. R., and Ventresca, M. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1992: 27; 148-149.
     
  19. Ocular sarcoidosis presenting as a solitary choroidal mass. Tingey, D. P. and Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1992: 27; 25-29.
     
  20. Oxygen-induced proliferative retinopathy in the newborn rat. Ventresca, M. R., Gonder, J. R., and Tanswell, A. K. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1990: 25; 186-189.
     
  21. Choroideremia associated with an X-autosomal translocation. Siu, V. M., Gonder, J. R., Jung, J. H., Sergovich, F. R., and Flintoff, W. F. Hum.Genet. 1990: 84; 459-464.
     
  22. Leiomyoma of the iris. Jellie, H. G., Gonder, J. R., Willis, N. R., Green, L., and Tokarewicz, A. C. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1989: 24; 169-171.
     
  23. Successful treatment of the ocular ischemic syndrome with panretinal photocoagulation and cerebrovascular surgery. Johnston, M. E., Gonder, J. R., and Canny, C. L. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1988: 23; 114-119.
     
  24. Endophthalmitis due to Oerskovia xanthineolytica. Hussain, Z., Gonder, J. R., Lannigan, R., and Stoakes, L. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1987: 22; 234-236.
     
  25. The ocular ischemic syndrome. Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1986: 21; 1-2.
     
  26. Ocular and oculodermal melanocytosis. Gonder, J. R., Nichol, J., Augsburger, J. J., and Shields, J. A. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1985: 20; 176-178.
     
  27. Branch retinal artery occlusion after excessive use of nasal spray. Magargal, L. E., Sanborn, G. E., Donoso, L. A., and Gonder, J. R. Ann.Ophthalmol. 1985: 17; 500-501.
     
  28. Giant retinal tears, retinal detachment and retinitis pigmentosa. Johnston, M. E. and Gonder, J. R. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1985: 20; 16-18.
     
  29. Accuracy of clinical estimates of tumor dimensions. A clinical-pathologic correlation study of posterior uveal melanomas. Augsburger, J. J., Gamel, J. W., Bailey, R. S., Jr., Donoso, L. A., Gonder, J. R., and Shields, J. A. Retina 1985: 5; 26-29.
     
  30. Central retinal vein obstruction in the young adult. Magargal, L. E., Gonder, J. R., and Maher, V. Trans.Pa Acad.Ophthalmol.Otolaryngol. 1985: 37; 148-153.
     
  31. Growth rates and doubling times of posterior uveal melanomas. Augsburger, J. J., Gonder, J. R., Amsel, J., Shields, J. A., and Donoso, L. A. Ophthalmology 1984: 91; 1709-1715.
     
  32. Ocular involvement in thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura: the angiographic and histopathological features. Jellie, H. G., Gonder, J. R., Canny, C. L., Arce, F. P., and Kaufmann, J. C. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1984: 19; 279-283.
     
  33. Evulsion of the optic nerve: a clinicopathological study. Sanborn, G. E., Gonder, J. R., Goldberg, R. E., Benson, W. E., and Kessler, S. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1984: 19; 10-16.
     
  34. Recurrent microhyphema in the pseudophakic eye. Magargal, L. E., Goldberg, R. E., Uram, M., Gonder, J. R., and Brown, G. C. Ophthalmology 1983: 90; 1231-1234.
     
  35. Central retinal vein obstruction associated with mitral valve prolapse. Gonder, J. R., Magargal, L. E., Walsh, P. N., Rao, K., and Denenberg, B. E. Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1983: 18; 220-222.
     
  36. Osteosarcoma in a phthisical feline eye. Woog, J., Albert, D. M., Gonder, J. R., and Carpenter, J. J. Vet.Pathol. 1983: 20; 209-214.
     
  37. Krypton laser photocoagulation. Annesley, W. H., Jr., Gonder, J. R., Shakin, J. L., Sanborn, G. E., and Decker, W. L. Trans.Pa Acad.Ophthalmol.Otolaryngol. 1983: 36; 37-40.
     
  38. Uveal malignant melanoma associated with ocular and oculodermal melanocytosis. Gonder, J. R., Shields, J. A., Albert, D. M., Augsburger, J. J., and Lavin, P. T. Ophthalmology 1982: 89; 953-960.
     
  39. Ocular melanocytosis. A study to determine the prevalence rate of ocular melanocytosis. Gonder, J. R., Ezell, P. C., Shields, J. A., and Augsburger, J. J. Ophthalmology 1982: 89; 950-952.
     
  40. Visual loss associated with choroidal nevi. Gonder, J. R., Augsburger, J. J., McCarthy, E. F., and Shields, J. A. Ophthalmology 1982: 89; 961-965.
     
  41. Induction of ocular neoplasms in Fischer rats by intraocular injection of nickel subsulfide. Albert, D. M., Gonder, J. R., Papale, J., Craft, J. L., Dohlman, H. G., Reid, M. C., and Sunderman, F. W., Jr. Invest Ophthalmol.Vis.Sci. 1982: 22; 768-782.
     
  42. Mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the lacrimal gland. Wagoner, M. D., Chuo, N., Gonder, J. R., Grove, A. S., Jr., and Albert, D. M. Ann.Ophthalmol. 1982: 14; 383-4, 386.
     
  43. Common presentations of sebaceous gland carcinoma of the eyelid. Wagoner, M. D., Beyer, C. K., Gonder, J. R., and Albert, D. M. Ann.Ophthalmol. 1982: 14; 159-163.
     
  44. Juxtapapillary choroidal nevi. Gonder, J. R., Augsburger, J. J., McCarthy, E. F., and Shields, J. A. Trans.Pa Acad.Ophthalmol.Otolaryngol. 1982: 35; 13-15.
     
  45. von Hippel-Lindau disease: angiomatosis of the retina and central nervous system. Wing, G. L., Weiter, J. J., Kelly, P. J., Albert, D. M., and Gonder, J. R. Ophthalmology 1981: 88; 1311-1314.
     
  46. Bilateral ocular melanocytosis with malignant melanoma of the choroid. Gonder, J. R., Shields, J. A., Shakin, J. L., and Albert, D. M. Br.J.Ophthalmol. 1981: 65; 843-845.
     
  47. Localized benign lymphoid tumor of the iris. Shields, J. A., Augsburger, J. J., Gonder, J. R., and MacLeod, D. Arch.Ophthalmol. 1981: 99; 2147-2148.
     
  48. Malignant melanoma of the choroid associated with oculodermal melanocytosis. Gonder, J. R., Shields, J. A., and Albert, D. M. Ophthalmology 1981: 88; 372-376.
     
  49. Macular choroidal nevi. Augsburger, J. J., McCarthy, E. F., Jr., Gonder, J. R., and Shields, J. A. Int.Ophthalmol.Clin. 1981: 21; 99-106.
     
  50. Idiopathic acquired melanosis. Gonder, J. R., Wagoner, M. D., and Albert, D. M. Ophthalmology 1980: 87; 835-840.
     
  51. Ocular pathology for clinicians: 3. Intraocular reticulum cell sarcoma. Wagoner, M. D., Gonder, J. R., Albert, D. M., and Canny, C. L. Ophthalmology 1980: 87; 724-727.
     
  52. Heterotransplantation of human choroidal melanoma into the athymic "nude" mouse. Albert, D. M., Wagoner, M. D., Moazed, K., Kimball, G. P., and Gonder, J. R. Invest Ophthalmol.Vis.Sci. 1980: 19; 555-559.
     
  53. Multimodality management of orbital rhabdomyosarcoma. Weichselbaum, R. R., Cassady, J. R., Albert, D. M., and Gonder, J. R. Int.Ophthalmol.Clin. 1980: 20; 247-259.

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