The April 2020 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online. Here are just some of the highlights in this issue:
Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: In this issue, our residents have summarized 5 articles that they feel are relevant to learners here in Canada and around the globe, including the article featured in our April visual abstract, Effect of 6-week washout period on intraocular pressure following chronic prostaglandin analogue treatment: a randomized controlled trial.
F.Y. Eye column: As always, we’re pleased to feature Dr. Ian McIlraith’s column, which summarizes recent research and news stories that might be of interest to ophthalmologists. This month, he looks at publications on neuromyelitis optica disease progression, optic nerve ultrasonography for diagnosing increased intracranial pressure, and idiopathic intracranial hypertension as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
An excellent line-up of review articles, original research and more, including:
- Dry eye after refractive surgery: a meta-analysis
- Vision to improve: quality improvement in ophthalmology
- The effect of pharmacological pupillary dilation on intraocular pressure measurement
- Pentosan-associated maculopathy: prevalence, screening guidelines, and spectrum of findings based on prospective multimodal analysis
- Ophthalmology referral as part of a multidisciplinary approach to suspected abusive head trauma
- Recovery of stereopsis after strabismus surgery in X-linked ocular albinism
- Inner-limiting-membrane peeling in epiretinal membrane surgery: an evolving surgical trend
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