CJO June 2022 Issue Highlights

The June 2022 CJO is now available online. Here are some of the highlights:

Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our amazing team of residents have summarized 7 articles with a focus on what’s most relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around the globe, including the article featured in our June visual abstract, Postoperative supine position after primary Descemet-stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty reduces graft detachment rate.

Original research articles:
Clinical features, visual outcome, and poor prognostic factors in occlusive retinal vasculitis
Effectiveness of a 3D-printed mask fitter in an Ophthalmology setting during COVID-19
Research productivity and impact of Canadian academic ophthalmologists: trends in H-index, gender, subspecialty, and faculty appointment
Comparison of outcomes in patients with and without soft contact lens wear following Boston keratoprosthesis type 1
Incidence of steroid response in microinvasive glaucoma surgery with trabecular microbypass stent and ab interno trabeculectomy

Research letters, photo essays, and case reports:
Outcomes of first cases of DMEK at a Canadian university hospital centre [research letter]
Retinal racemose hemangioma characterization with multimodal imaging [photo essay]
IgG4-related orbital disease [photo essay]
Rare case of extramacular choroidal macrovessel [case report]
Multiple myeloma with concurrent herpes zoster ophthalmicus [case report]
Wellness among Canadian ophthalmology resident physicians: a national survey [correspondence]

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