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September-December 2021 | Vol 9 | Issue 3

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Personalized ophthalmology: Where are we?
It is a usual observation that some glaucoma patients never progress in spite of minimal treatment, whereas some patients continue to progress in spite of maximum therapy and attainment of very low ...
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Loss of visual function in diabetes mellitus
Background: Diabetes mellitus being a well-known cause for peripheral neuropathy, this study aims to detect visual pathway dysfunction in diabetics using contrast sensitivity as a subjective ...
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Risk factors for thyroid-associated orbitopathy due to Graves' disease
Background: Thyroid-associated orbitopathy (TAO) is the principal extrathyroidal manifestation of Graves' disease (GD). TAO is described as chronic inflammation of orbital and periorbital...
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A study of high-volume, high-quality, and low-cost cataract surgeries in a rural setup in an emerging and developing country
Aim: Evaluation of visual outcome following high volume, high quality and low cost cataract surgeries in a rural setup in North India. Methods: A retrospective study was done on all pa...
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Strabismus surgery in poor binocular potential: Change in quality of life
Background: Previous studies prove improvement in quality of life (QOL) after strabismus surgery. Aims: The aim is to study the change in QOL and binocular functions after strabismus s...
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  Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology and Research
ISSN - Print: 2320-3897,
Online: 2320-3900

Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology and Research, a publication of Maharashtra Ophthalmological Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with 3 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published.

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