The February 2021 CJO is now available online. Some of this issue’s highlights include:
Editor-in-Chief’s report: 2020 at CJO: In this editorial, Dr. Varun Chaudhary highlights some of the CJO’s key accomplishments and outcome metrics from 2020.
Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 5 articles that are relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around the globe, including this article, which is featured in our February visual abstract, Optical coherence tomography angiography analysis of the retina in patients recovered from COVID-19.
Original research articles:
- Eye injuries in the NHL from 2010 to 2018: an analysis of injury rates, mechanisms, and the NHL visor policy [original research]
- Macular microvascular changes after intravitreal bevacizumab injection in diabetic macular edema [original research]
- Measurement of refractive, wavefront, topographic, and keratometric changes attributable to epithelial removal in keratoconus [original research]
- Successes and shortfalls of community Plusoptix photoscreening: results from the iSee study in Southwestern Ontario [original research]
Research letters, photo essays, and case reports:
- Treatment of corticosteroid-resistant thyroid eye disease with subcutaneous tocilizumab [research letter]
- Incidences of microorganisms isolated from neonates’ eye swabs in Eastern Ontario [research letter]
- Management of pupillary seclusion and occlusion of an iris enclaved intraocular lens [case report]
- Nomenclature: thyroid-associated orbitopathy, Graves ophthalmopathy, or thyroid eye disease? [case report]
- From trenches to trailblazers: the First World War and its influence on ophthalmology in Canada [case report]
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