Dr. Cook’s Publications

Gemensky-Metzler, AJ, Wilkie, DA, Cook, CS: The use of semiconductor diode laser for deflation and coagulation of anterior uveal cysts in dogs, cats and horses: a report of 20 cases. Vet Ophthalmol. 7:360-368, 2004.

Cook, CS, Wilkie, D: Treatment of presumed iris melanoma in dogs by diode laser photocoagulation: 23 cases. Vet Ophthalmol. 2:217-225, 1999.

Ramsey DT, Ewart SL, Render JA, Cook CS, Latimer CA: Congenital ocular abnormalities of Rocky Mountain horses. Vet Ophthalmol 2:47-59, 1999.

Cook CS, Davidson M, Brinkmann M, Priehs D, Abrams K, Nasisse M: Diode laser transscleral cyclophotocoagulation for the treatment of glaucoma in dogs: Results of six and twelve month follow-up. Vet Comp Ophthalmol 7:148-154, 1997.

Nadelstein B, Wilcock B, Cook C, Davidson M: Clinical and histopathologic effects of diode laser transscleral cyclophotocoagulation in the normal canine eye. Vet Comp Ophthalmol 7:155-162, 1997.

Cook CS: Surgery for glaucoma. In: Nasisse MP (ed): Surgical Management of Ocular Disease. Vet Clinics of North America: Small Anim Pract. 27:1109-1129, 1997.

Cook CS: Embryogenesis of congenital eye malformations. Vet Comp Ophthalmol 5:109-123, 1995.

Bearer CF, Gould S, Emerson R, Kinnunen P, Cook CS: Fetal alcohol syndrome and fatty acid ethyl esters. Pediatr Res 31:492-495, 1992.

Cook CS, Burling C, Nelson EB: Embryogenesis of posterior segment colobomas in the Australian shepherd dog. Prog Vet Comp Ophthalmol 1:163-170, 1991.

Cook CS, Generoso WM, Hester D, Peiffer RL: Eifrig, DE: RPE dysplasia with retinal duplication in a mutant mouse strain. Exp Eye Res 52: 409-415, 1991.

Gaiddon J, Rosolen SG, Steru L, Cook CS, Peiffer RL: Use of biometry and keratometry for determining optimal power for intraocular lens implants in dogs. J Am Vet Med Assoc 52:781-783, 1991.

Stromland K, Cook CS, Miller M: Ocular Teratology. Surv Ophthalmol 35:429-446, 1991.

Cook CS, Sulik KK: Laminin and fibronectin in retinoid-induced keratolenticular dysgenesis. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 31:751-757, 1990.

Tyndall D, Cook CS: Spontaneous, asymmetrical microphthalmia in C57Bl/6J mice. Anat and Embryol 10:353-361, 1990.

Cook CS: Experimental models of anterior segment dysgenesis. Ophthal Pediatrics & Genetics 10:33-46, 1988.

Cook CS, Sulik KK: Keratolenticular dysgenesis (Peters’ anomaly) as a result of acute embryonic insult during gastrulation. Pediatric Ophthal & Strabis 25:60-66, 1988.

Sulik KK, Cook CS, Webster WS: Teratogens and craniofacial malformations: Relationships to cell death. Development 103: 213-232, 1988.

Cook CS, Nowotny AZ, Sulik KK: Fetal alcohol syndrome: Eye malformations in a mouse model. Arch Ophthal 105:1576-1581, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 1: Introduction, instrumentation and surgery of the orbit. Comp Anim Pract 26-34, July, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 2: Congenital abnormalities of the eyelid and cilial abnormalities. Comp Anim Pract 27-38, August,1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 3: Other structural abnormalities and neoplasia of the eyelid. Comp Anim Pract 20-36, September, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 4: The nasolacrimal system. Comp Anim Pract 5-11, October, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 5: The conjunctiva and nictitating membrane. Comp Anim Pract 15-28, November, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 6: Surgery of the cornea. Comp Anim Pract 3-13, December, 1987.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 7: The lens. Comp Anim Pract 4-17, January, 1988.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 8: Glaucoma and surgery of the iris and ciliary body. Comp Anim Pract 3-15, February, 1988.

Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Nassise MP, Harling DE: Surgery of the canine and feline orbit, adnexa, and globe. Part 9: Surgery of the vitreous and retina. Comp Anim Pract 18-22, March 1988.

Cook CS, Sulik KK: Sequential scanning electron microscopic analyses of normal and spontaneously occurring abnormal ocular development in C57Bl/6J mice. Scan Elec Microscop III:1215-1227, 1986.

Davis G, Siopes TD, Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS: Morphologic changes induced by photoperiod in eyes of turkey poults. Am J Vet Res 47:953-955, 1986.

Nasisse MP, Cook CS, Harling DE: Response of the canine corneal endothelium to intraocular irrigation with saline solution, balanced salt solution, and balanced salt solution with glutathione. Am J Vet Res 47: 2261-2265, 1986.

Harling DE, Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Belkin PV: Feline limbal melanoma: Four cases. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 22:795-802, 1986.

Cook CS, Bentley PJ: Copper exchanges and toxicity in the rabbit lens in vitro. Exp Eye Res 42: 107-116, 1986.

Cook CS, Grubb B: Experimental hypercupremia does not result in increases in copper in lens, iris, or ocular fluids. Curr Eye Res 5:171-173, 1986.

Cook CS, McGahan MC: Copper concentration in cornea, iris, normal and cataractous lenses and intraocular fluids of vertebrates. Curr Eye Res 5:69-76, 1986

Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr, Mazzocco T: Clinical and pathologic evaluation of a flexible silicone posterior chamber lens design in a rabbit model. J Cataract Refract Surg 12:130-134, 1986.

Fogle JA, Blaydes JE, Fritz DJ, Mazzocco TR, Peiffer RL Jr, Cook CS, Wright EM, Blaydes SH: Clinicopathologic observations of a solid silicone posterior chamber lens implant in the primate model. J Cataract Refract Surg 12:281-284, 1985.

Breitschwerdt EB, Meuten DJ, Greenfield CL, Anson LW, Cook CS, Fulghum RE: Idiopathic hyperaldosteronism in a dog. J Am Vet Med Assoc 187:841-845, 1985.

Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr.: Complications of ocular surgery. Comp Cont Ed 7:710-720, 1985.

Moller I, Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr, Nasisse MP, Harling DE: Indications for and complications of pharmacologic ablation of the ciliary body for the treatment of chronic glaucoma J Amer Anim Hosp Assoc 22:319-326, 1986.

Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr.: Metastatic ocular squamous cell carcinoma in a cat. J Am Vet Med Assoc 185:1547-1549, 1984.

Cook CS, Rosencrantz W. Peiffer RL Jr., Macmillan A: Malignant melanoma of the conjunctiva in a cat. J Am Vet Med Assoc 186:505-506, 1985.

Peiffer RL Jr., Cook CS, Moller I: Therapeutic strategies involving antimicrobal treatment of ophthalmic disease in small animals. J Am Vet Med Assoc 185:1172, 1984.

Cook CS, Nasisse MP, Peiffer RL Jr., Harling DE: Inflammatory diseases of the canine sclera and episclera. Schering Veterinary Clinical Classroom 1:1-8, 1984.

Bird MS, Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr: Inherited ocular disease in dogs. Part I. The Animal Health Technician 5:327-331, 1984.

Bird MS, Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr.: Inherited ocular disease in dogs. Part II. The Animal Health Technician 5:420-425, 1984.

Harling DE, Nasisse MP, Cook CS: Canine Glaucoma. Kal Kan Forum 3:76-84, 1984.

Nasisse MN, Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr., Harling DE: Infectious feline conjuctivitis. Schering Veterinary Clinical Classroom 2:1-8, 1984.

Cook CS: The technician’s role in veterinary ophthalmology. The Animal Health Technician 4:198-207, 1983.

Cook CS, Peiffer, RL Jr, Harling, DE: Equine recurrent uveitis. Equine Vet J, supplement 2:57-60, 1983.

Harling DE, Peiffer RL Jr., Cook CS: Excision and cryosurgical treatment of five cases of squamous cell carcinoma in the horse. Equine Vet J, supplement 2:105-109, 1983.

Lanfranchi P, Peruccio C, Cook CS, Peiffer RL Jr, Peracion V, Rossi L, Meneguz PG, Cornaglia E: Observations on Chamois infectious keratoconjuctivitis in the western Alps. Atti del “Simposio Internazionale Sulla Cheratocongiuntivite Infettiva del Camoscio”, pp 79-94, 1982.

Cook CS: Intraocular Neoplasia. In: Cote E (ed): Clinical Veterinary Advisor, Dogs and Cats, 3rd edition. Elsevier. St. Louis, MO. pp 567-570, 2015.

Cook CS: Ocular Embryology and Congenital Malformations. In: Gelatt KN (ed): Veterinary Ophthalmology, 4th edition. Williams and Wilkins, Media PA, pp 3-30, 2007.

Cook CS, Peiffer RL, Jr: Clinical Basic Science. In: Peiffer RL Jr. and Petersen-Jones SM (eds): Small Animal Ophthalmology: A Problem-Oriented Approach, 2nd ed. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 1-12, 1997.

Cook CS: Section editor, Ophthalmology. In: Morgan, RV (ed), Handbook of Small Animal Practice, 3rd ed. Churchill Livingstone, New York, pp 972-1084, 1997.  (also 2nd ed., 1992)

Cook CS: Diseases of the Orbit. In: Morgan, RV (ed), Handbook of Small Animal Practice, 3rd ed. Churchill Livingstone, New York, pp 1076-1084, 1997.  (also 2nd ed., 1992)

Cook CS, Sulik KK, Wright KW: Embryology. In: Wright, KW (ed), Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 2nd ed. Mosby, St Louis, pp 3-38, 2002.

Cook CS, Ozanics V, Jakobiec FA: Prenatal development of the eye and its adnexa. In: Tasman W and Jaeger EA (eds), Duane’s Foundations of Clinical Ophthalmology. Lippincott, Philladelphia, pp 1-93, 1991.

Cook CS: Microphthalmia and anophthalmia in laboratory rodents. In: Jones TC, Mohr U, Hunt RD (eds): Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals: Special Sense System. Springer-Verlag, Philadelphia, pp 125-132, 1991.

Cook CS: Orbital or Ocular Pain. In: Peiffer, RL Jr (ed), Small Animal Ophthalmology: A Problem-Oriented Approach, 1st ed. WB Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 195-213, 1988.

Peiffer RL Jr., Cook CS: Surgery of the Iris and Ciliary Body. In: Slatter D (ed), Textbook of Small Animal Surgery WB Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 1531-1534, 1985.

Peiffer RL Jr., Cook CS: Surgery of the Vitreous. In: Slatter D (ed) Textbook of Small Animal Surgery WB Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 1545-1548, 1985.

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