CJO -June 2021 Issue Highlights

The June 2021 CJO is now available online. Here are some of the highlights:  

Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 4 articles that are relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around the globe, including the article featured in our June visual abstract, Inflammatory markers of complete blood count in Fuchs uveitis syndrome.  

Original research articles:

·        Quality of life of low vision patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis [systematic review]

·        Validating the use of a stereoscopic robotized teleophthalmic drone slit lamp  [original research]

·        Binocularity outcomes following treatment for retinopathy of prematurity  [original research]

·        Analysis of retinal neurodegeneration in gestational and type 2 diabetes using swept-source OCT [original research]

·        Visual impairment and the prevalence of ocular pathology in homeless children and adults globally [systematic review]

Research letters and case reports:

·        A national survey of Canadian women in ophthalmology: on role models, mentorship, and communities of practice [research letter]

·        Transition from retrobulbar to subtenon anaesthesia in ocular surgery: a surgeon’s perspective [research letter]

· Bilateral interstitial keratitis as the presenting manifestation of systemic lupus erythematosus in a child [case report]

·        Iris stromal defect in an infant masquerading as a tumour: the sailing iris? [case report]

·        Central retinal artery occlusion associated with Sweet syndrome [case report]

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