The August 2019 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online.
What’s in the August issue?
Resident Perspectives: This month, our stellar team of residents have summarized 5 articles from the issue, with a focus on topics that are relevant to learners here in Canada and around the globe. Included in the digest is this month’s visual abstract, which provides a graphical summary of our August article, Learning curve of two common Descemet membrane endothelial keratoplasty graft preparation techniques.
Resident Perspectives and our visual abstracts are all freely available, so we encourage you to share them widely with your networks.
In addition to these great features, there are lots of interesting articles in this issue, including:
- Novel application of anterior segment optical coherence tomography for periocular imaging
- Distribution gaps in cataract surgery care and impact on seniors across Ontario [open access]
- Posterior vitreous detachment and incidence of delayed retinal breaks: a retrospective, 2-year study at an academic centre
- Optical coherence tomography angiography features of optic nerve head drusen and nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy
- Practice patterns of Canadian Ophthalmological Society members in cataract surgery: 2018 survey
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