Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology

The Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology is the official journal of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society and is committed to timely publication of original, peer-reviewed ophthalmology and vision science articles.

December 2020 Issue Highlights

The December 2020 CJO is available online. Here are some of the highlights in this issue: Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 4 articles that they feel are relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around...

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October 2020 Issue Highlights

The October 2020 CJO is finally available online. Some of the highlights in this issue include: Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: Our residents have summarized 5 articles that they feel are relevant to ophthalmology learners here in Canada and around...

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June 2020 Issue Highlights

The June 2020 issue of the CJO is now available online. This issue features lots of great content, including:  Special supplement on Physician Wellness in Ophthalmology: The COS Physician Wellness Steering Committee served as the guest editors for this important...

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June 2020 Supplement – Physician Wellness in Ophthalmology

The Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) has released a special supplement, Physician Wellness in Ophthalmology, and it is now available online. The supplement provides a range of recent editorials, articles, letters, and resources that focus on a wide range of...

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April 2020 Issue Highlights

The April 2020 issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology (CJO) is now available online. Here are just some of the highlights in this issue: Resident Perspectives + visual abstract: In this issue, our residents have summarized 5 articles that...

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February 2020 Issue Highlights

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...

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Fundus montage shows retinal discolouration due to commotio retinae (CR) caused by blunt ocular trauma with a shuttlecock. From a study that identified 2 novel OCT features in CR patients: hyporeflective micro-elevations and irregular ellipsoid layer. bit.ly/cjo_OCT-commot… pic.twitter.com/s3uppebZT9

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