The February 2020 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online and we are pleased to unveil our new look for 2020.
What’s in the February issue?
Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our talented team of residents have summarized 5 articles from the issue, with a focus on topics and issues that are relevant to learners here in Canada and around the globe. And the February visual abstract provides a graphical summary of the article, Pentosan-associated maculopathy: prevalence, screening guidelines, and spectrum of findings based on prospective multimodal analysis.
Special supplement on Tele-Retina Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy: This timely supplement includes an editorial from the CJO Editor-in-Chief, two original research articles, and evidence-based guidelines from the Canadian Retina Research Network (CR2N) Tele-Retina Steering Committee. The supplement will be freely available until the end of 2020.
Review articles, original research, and lots more, including:
- Competency-based medical education in ophthalmology residency training: a review
- Novel imaging modalities in patients with uveitis
- Ocular and facial injuries sustained by goaltenders in the National Hockey League: a preventable problem
- Impact of eyeglasses on academic performance in primary school children
- Optical coherence tomography as a tool to detect early sympathetic ophthalmia in an asymptomatic patient
- Foreign body extrusion associated with N-butyl-2-cyanoacrylate glue used with rectus muscle hang-back recession
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