The April 2023 CJO is now available online. Here are some of the highlights: 

2022 Reviewer Acknowledgement: CJO sincerely thanks all of the reviewers who volunteered their valuable time and expertise to the peer review process throughout 2022. Peer review is the cornerstone of scholarly medical publishing, and the CJO would not be where it is today without the contribution of our reviewers.

Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our talented team of residents have summarized 5 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 April visual abstract, Improving the patient decision-making experience for cataract surgery during the COVID-19 era.

Original research articles:

·        Late recurrence in birdshot chorioretinopathy

·        Novel classification system for management of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment with minimally invasive detachment surgery

·        Delivering eye care to homeless and marginally housed populations during the COVID-19 pandemic

·        Myopic macular pits: a case series with multimodal imaging

·        Success of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society’s first virtual meeting amid COVID-19 pandemic

Research letters, photo essays, and case reports:

·        Increasing equity, diversity, and inclusion in the ophthalmology CaRMS selection process: ACUPO recommendations [research letter]

·        Pigmented floating vitreous cyst [photo essay]

·        Explantation of iris-sutured intraocular lens [case report]

·        Paraproteinemic keratopathy: recognizing the ocular significance [case report]

·        Macular burn secondary to diode laser epilation [correspondence]

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