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Mathews Journal of Ophthalmology (MJO; ISSN 2474-6932) is an open acess journal that publishes original and arresting research on a variety of ophthalmology-related topics, such as optometry, visual science, cell biology and genetics of the eye, primary and secondary eye care, pharmacology and drug-based therapy in eye diseases, patient education regarding eye health, patient safety, quality of care improvements, patient compliance and satisfaction with treatment regimens.
The journal places special emphasis on eye-related disorders, such as red eye, corneal abrasion, corneal ulcers, graves ophthalmopathy, ophthalmia, amblyopia, anisometropia, color blindness, deuteranopia, dyschromotopsia, glaucoma, isopter, and peripapillary atrophy. MJO is an indispensable source of ophthalmology-related information for the general practitioners, specialists, subspecialists, and trainees.
MJO publishes innovative and clinically relevant ophthalmology research, and is therefore the first choice for authors aiming to submit their manuscripts pertaining to vision and for authors aiming to subject their manuscripts to an unbiased and authoritative peer review.
Why publish with us?
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Published : 20th October 2022
Authors : Osama Osman1,* Julie Gammack1, Lina Toledo-Franco1, Takaaki Ishiyama2, Emily Reisenbichler3, Shamseldeen Mahmoud4, Nongnooch Poowanawittayakom5, Connor Clarkston6, Cinthia Pi7, Andrew J Polk7, Osasu N Adah7, Jillian Drogin8, Sydney O’Neal8, Sophie J Xie8
Citation : Osman O, et al. (2022). Acute Unilateral Vision Loss and Optic Perineuritis (OPN) in Geriatric Patients, a Series of Three Cases. Mathews J Ophthalmol. 7(2):28.
Published : 04th May 2022
Authors : Tadaaki Morotomi1*, Narihiko Hirano1, Yasuhiro Sanada2, Mitsugu Fujita3, Koji Niwa4
Citation : Tadaaki Morotomi, et al. (2022). Location-Based Surgical Approaches for Orbital Tumor Resection. Mathews J Ophthamol. 7(1):27.
Published : 16th August 2021
Authors : Yuchen Wang1,2, MD; Zizhen Wang3, Bsc; Mingyan He1,2, MD; Yinan Liu1,2, MD; Ziyuan Liu1,2, MD; Xiaoyong Chen1,2*, MD, PhD; Wei Wang1,2, MD, PhD
Citation : Chen X, et al. (2021). Effect of limbal incision positions on corneal Q-value in cataract surgery: a retrospective study of monofocal IOL and trifocal IOL. Mathews J Ophthalmol. (6)1:26.
Published : 21st December 2020
Authors : Anubhav Chauhan1*, Poonam Samyal2, Kulbhushan Prakash Chaudhary3
Citation : Chauhan A, et al. (2020). Picture in Picture. Mathews J Ophthalmol. (5)1:25.
Published : 31st July 2019
Berov G Lyubomir*
Citation : Lyubomir BG. (2019). The Intellectual Human Eye. Mathews J Ophthalmol 4(1): 23.
Published : 30th July 2019
Authors : Burcu Kasım*, and Yusuf Koçluk
Citation : Kasım B. (2019). Variability in Topographic Measurements in Keratoconus. Mathews J Ophthalmol 4(1): 24.