Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery is an open access, peer reviewed journal publishes leading-edge research conducted by physicians and ophthalmologists to share, contribute and promote the most advanced diagnostic capabilities and treatment options. The journal gathers forefront research publications including but not limited to surgeries and advanced surgical procedures involved in treatment of age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, ocular melanoma, glaucoma, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, and retinal vascular disease.
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Department of Ophthalmology
University of Miami School of Medicine
United States of America
Department of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry
Medical University of Lodz
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Mechanical Removal of Calcifications on a Silicone Intraocular Lens with a Shielded Light Pipe in Asteroid HyalosisCalcific deposits on the posterior surface of a silicone intraocular lens (IOL) are a rare visually significant complication of asteroid hyalosis (AH)... Read more
The Impale Technique: An Approach for Softer NucleiWe describe a novel cataract surgery technique that can be used for soft nuclei, which present difficulties for removal even for experienced surgeons.... Read more
BLAST (Bowman Layer Anterior Stroma Transplantation): A Case Report of a Novel Technique for Corneal Transplantation in KeratoconusTo present the outcome of a patient who underwent a novel surgical technique for keratoconus (BLAST - Bowman Layer Anterior Stroma Transplantation) an... Read more
Minimally Invasive Transconjunctival Threading Method of Shortening the Müller Muscle and the Levator Aponeurosis in Severe Involutional BlepharoptosisWe have been performing involutional blepharoptosis repair by tucking the Müller muscle and levator aponeurosis with transconjunctival threading for ... Read more
The 4-Snip Ampullotomy: A New Surgical Technique for Managing Acquired Punctal StenosisTo report on a new technique for treating acquired punctal stenosis in the outpatient clinic setting. We present outcomes from a case series of 25 eye... Read more
Prevalence of Ultrasound Biomicroscopic Features in a Select Group of Recurrent Angle Closure SubjectsA total of 59 eye scans from 38 patients were retrieved, with age ranging from 19 to 83 years (mean: 67.4 years). The scans were performed over a peri... Read more
Use of Wound Closure Strips to Maximize Ocular Exposure during Cataract Surgery in Patients with Brow PtosisDraping is a critical step in successful cataract surgery. Poor exposure of the globe can result in limited access during surgery, thus making the sur... Read more
12-Month Follow Up of Combined Cataract Surgery with Schlemm’s Canal Scaffolding for the Treatment of Primary Angle Closure GlaucomaThe purpose of this study is to assess the potential of a surgical implant to bypass trabecular meshwork and scaffold Schlemm’s canalfor the reducti... Read more
Evaluation of the Equality of Medial Rectus Advancement to Medial Rectus Resection for Consecutive ExotropiaTo analyse the amount of medial rectus advancement in the treatment of consecutive exotropia by comparing with the amount of medial rectus resection i... Read more
Outcomes of Entropion Repair in Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid Compared to Other Cicatricial Etiologies: A Retrospective StudyOcular cicatricial pemphigoid (OCP) can lead to severe conjunctival scarring and cicatricial entropion, which often necessitates repair. Surgical mani... Read more