The October 2019 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online.
What’s in the October issue?
Resident Perspectives: This month, our stellar team of residents have summarized 6 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 October article, Prospective evaluation of aflibercept in pigment epithelial detachments secondary to neovascular age related macular degeneration.
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:
· Application of optical coherence tomography angiography in diabetic retinopathy: a comprehensive review
- Survey of reported eye injuries from handheld laser devices in Canada [open access]
- Tube shunt surgery in pig eyes: a wet lab teaching model
- Involving ophthalmology departmental stakeholders in developing workplace-based assessment tools
- Impact of torsional micropulse on phacoemulsification efficiency and chatter
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