The Ophthalmology Open Journal

Open journal

ISSN 2475-1278

Micropulse Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation: Our Experience

Syed S. Ahmad*, Shuaibah A. Ghani, Ghuncha Khatoon, Sumera Sagheer and Juwairiya Ilyas

Sirtuin Inhibitor as a Novel Cell Cycle Checkpoint and Regulator of the TP53-MDM2 Pathway in Uveal Melanoma

Zachary K. Goldsmith, Matthew W. McEwen, Mercy W. Kibe, Kelley Yuan, Hua Yang, Qing Zhang, Sumana R. Chintalapudi, Bradley T. Gao, Monica M. Jablonski, Benjamin King, Ryan P. Lee, Abigail Lepsch, Neel Patel, Xiang Di Wang, Hans E. Grossniklaus, Matthew W. Wilson*, Vanessa M. Morales-Tirado*

Baseline Visual Acuity of Women with Diabetic Macular Edema is Worse than Men: A Case-Control Study

Abdullah Ozkaya*, Hande Mefkure Ozkaya, Hatice Nur Tarakcioglu, Mehmet Ozveren and Ali Demircan

Writing Thank You Notes after Ophthalmology Residency Interviews?

Kinley D. Beck, Debbie Schifanella, Kundandeep S. Nagi, Kent L. Anderson and Michael A. Singer*

Dry Eye Post Surgery Update

Daniel H. Scorsetti*

The Effect of Intranasal Pressure on Intraocular Pressure

Esra T√ľrkseven Kumral, Burak Erden, Nimet YeŇüim Er√ßalńĪk, Elvan Alper Ňěeng√ľl, √áetin Akpolat, Erdi √Ėzdemir, Tolgar L√ľtfi Kumral* and Ziya Salt√ľrk

Clinical Spectrum of Pediatric Optic Neuritis in Indian Children

Digvijay Singh, Swati Phuljhele, Reena Sharma, Rohit Saxena, Pradeep Sharma and Vimla Menon

Microperimetry in Optic Neuritis

Indrish Bhatia, Shveta Lukhmana, Digvijay Singh, Vimala Menon, Pradeep Sharma and Rohit Saxena*

Research and Its Importance

Syed Shoeb Ahmad*
The In Vivo Effect of a Prostaglandin

Conjunctiva, Goblet cell, Original Research, peer reviewed, Prostaglandin

2022 Oct

Matthieu Randon* and Rachid Abbas

Case Report, COVID-19, Pandemic, peer reviewed, SARS-CoV-2

2022 Jan

Majd Haddam, Ghina El-Chakik* and Rania Warrak

Brief Research Report, Ocular oncology, peer reviewed, Retinal endothelial cells, Retinoblastoma

2020 Dec

Zachary K. Goldsmith, Andrew S. Irvine, Matthew W. Wilson and Vanessa M. Morales-Tirado*

Cyclophotocoagulation, Glaucoma, Micropulse laser, Observational Study

2020 Apr

Syed S. Ahmad*, Shuaibah A. Ghani, Ghuncha Khatoon, Sumera Sagheer and Juwairiya Ilyas
Sirtuin Inhibitor as a Novel Cell Cycle

MDM2, Nutlin-3a, Ocular tumors, Original Research, Tenovin-6, TP53, Uveal melanoma

2019 Oct

Zachary K. Goldsmith, Matthew W. McEwen, Mercy W. Kibe, Kelley Yuan, Hua Yang, Qing Zhang, Sumana R. Chintalapudi, Bradley T. Gao, Monica M. Jablonski, Benjamin King, Ryan P. Lee, Abigail Lepsch, Neel Patel, Xiang Di Wang, Hans E. Grossniklaus, Matthew W. Wilson*, Vanessa M. Morales-Tirado*

Anterior bleb forming, Glaucoma surgery, peer reviewed, Systematic Review

2019 Oct

Alejandra Salinas*, Fabián Rodríguez and Javier Bardavío

Antibiotic resistance, Enodphthalmitis, Intravitreal injection, peer reviewed, review, Steroid, Topical antibiotic

2019 Sep

Banu Turgut √Ėzt√ľrk*
Baseline Visual Acuity of Women

Case Study, Diabetic macular edema, Gender, Ranibizumab

2017 Dec

Abdullah Ozkaya*, Hande Mefkure Ozkaya, Hatice Nur Tarakcioglu, Mehmet Ozveren and Ali Demircan
Writing Thank You Notes after Ophthalmology

Brief Research, Ophthalmology residency interviews, peer reviewed, Thank you notes

2017 Dec

Kinley D. Beck, Debbie Schifanella, Kundandeep S. Nagi, Kent L. Anderson and Michael A. Singer*

Behavioral therapies, Learning disabilities, Mini Review, Vision therapies, Visual processing disorder (VPD)

2017 Dec

Salai Dhavamathi Janarthanan*

Editorial

2017 Oct

Daniel H. Scorsetti*
Insights into the Immune System and Glaucoma

Mini Review, peer reviewed

2017 Oct

Jennifer L. Kielczewski*

Contact Lenses, Frequent-Replacement Lenses, Irregular Cornea, peer reviewed, Short Communication

2017 Jun

Ra√ļl Mart√≠n Herranz*

Brief Research Report, Intranasal pressure, Intraocular pressure, Nasal packing, peer reviewed

2017 Jun

Esra T√ľrkseven Kumral, Burak Erden, Nimet YeŇüim Er√ßalńĪk, Elvan Alper Ňěeng√ľl, √áetin Akpolat, Erdi √Ėzdemir, Tolgar L√ľtfi Kumral* and Ziya Salt√ľrk
Clinical Spectrum of Pediatric Optic

Childhood, Clinical profile, Optic neuritis, Pediatric, peer reviewed, Retrospective Study

2017 May

Digvijay Singh, Swati Phuljhele, Reena Sharma, Rohit Saxena, Pradeep Sharma and Vimla Menon
Recent Perspectives on Corneal Nerves: A Short Review

Corneal nerves, Dry Eye Disease (DED), Immunohistochemistry (IHC), Mini Review, peer reviewed

2017 Feb

Joy Sarkar*

Editorial

2017 Jan

Daniel H. Scorsetti*
Does OCT Angiography of Macula

Ocular blood flow, Original Research, peer reviewed, Primary open-angle glaucoma

2016 Aug

Natalia I. Kurysheva*

Editorial, peer reviewed

2016 Aug

Sara Ortiz-Toquero and Ra√ļl Mart√≠n*
Microperimetry in Optic Neuritis

Microperimeter, Optic neuritis, Original Research, peer reviewed, Perimetry, Visual fields

2016 Aug

Indrish Bhatia, Shveta Lukhmana, Digvijay Singh, Vimala Menon, Pradeep Sharma and Rohit Saxena*
Fine Needle Diathermy and Intrastromal

Bevacizumab, Case Report, Corneal neovascularization, Diathermy, New vessel

2016 Jul

Patricia Bayo-Calduch*, Jorge Vila-Arteaga and Jose Francisco Marí-Cotino

Colour, Illusion, Mini Review, Visual perception

2016 Apr

Jaikishan Jayakumar*

Chronic macular oedema, Original Research, peer reviewed, Posterior sub-Tenon injection, Triamcinolone

2015 Dec

Hoai Viet Tran*, Aude Ambresin, Jean-Antoine Pournaras, Iris Sabani and Thomas J. Wolfensberger

LASIK, Original Research, Superificial punctuate keratitis, Weck-cel sponge

2015 Nov

Vipul Bhandari*, Jagadeesh K. Reddy and Vineet Joshi

Case Report, Endolaser, Intracameral bevacizumab, Intravitreal bevacizumab, Mitomycin C, Neovascular glaucoma, Pars plana vitrectomy, peer reviewed, photocoagulation, Trabeculectomy

2015 Nov

Hong-Zin Lin and Yuan-Chieh Lee*

Editorial

2015 Oct

Amal Moustafa Elbendary*

Editorial

2015 Oct

Syed Shoeb Ahmad*

Special Editions

Tips to Aspiring Authors

The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal [ISSN 2475-1278] isn’t just a repository of ophthalmological knowledge ‚Äď it’s a vibrant, open-access platform where the intricate world of vision comes alive. We bridge the gap between cutting-edge research and practical application, fostering robust discussions and propelling progress across the diverse landscape of eye care.

Beyond Anatomy and Physiology: A Universe of Vision

The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal (OOJ) dives deeper than the structure and function of the eye, illuminating a universe of ophthalmological subspecialties, including:

  • Retinal disorders:¬†Unraveling the mysteries of the macula,¬†exploring treatments for age-related macular degeneration,¬†diabetic retinopathy,¬†and other sight-threatening conditions.
  • Glaucoma:¬†Tackling the silent thief of sight,¬†investigating novel diagnostic tools,¬†therapeutic strategies,¬†and surgical interventions.
  • Cataract and Refractive Surgery: Restoring the lens of life,¬†exploring advanced techniques in cataract removal, and correcting refractive errors for clearer vision.
  • Cornea and External Diseases:¬†Protecting the window to the soul,¬†investigating treatments for corneal infections,¬†inflammatory conditions,¬†and injuries.
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology:¬†Nurturing young eyes,¬†addressing birth defects,¬†developmental anomalies,¬†and other childhood eye conditions.
  • Oculoplastics and Aesthetics:¬†Reconstructing function and beauty,¬†exploring reconstructive surgeries,¬†eyelid disorders,¬†and aesthetic procedures.


Open Access: Knowledge Without Boundaries

We believe knowledge should be a limitless resource, empowering eye care professionals worldwide. By removing paywalls, OOJ fosters international collaboration, accelerates discoveries, and ultimately translates research into improved patient care for all.

Guided by Expertise, Driven by Innovation

OOJ’s esteemed Editorial and Review Board, comprised of renowned ophthalmologists and thought leaders, serves as the guardian of scientific rigor and excellence. Their rigorous review process ensures the highest quality of published research, while their diverse perspectives guide the journal’s direction and shape the future of ophthalmic advancements.

Our Commitment to DEIAC

At Openventio, we are committed to promoting Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Capacity (DEIAC) in all aspects of our publication. We believe that DEIAC is essential for advancing scientific knowledge and improving health outcomes for all. We strive to create a publication environment that is open, fair, respectful, and representative of the diversity of the scholarly community and society at large. We adhere to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practices in Scholarly Publishing and follow the guidance and recommendations from various resources on DEIAC in scholarly publishing. We welcome and support the participation and contribution of authors, editors, reviewers, and readers from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. We also monitor and evaluate the impact and effectiveness of our DEIAC policies and practices, and seek to continuously improve them.

editor-in-chief

ADAM J. COHEN is an Editor-in-Chief of The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Adam J. Cohen, MD

Department of Ophthalmology, University of Rush

Associate editors

XIAOYAN DING is an Associate Editor of The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Xiaoyan Ding, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology, Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center
SYED S. AHMAD is an Associate Editor of The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Syed S. Ahmad, MBBS, MS

Department of Ophthalmology, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
HOAI V. TRAN is an Associate Editor of The Ophthalmology ‚Äď Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Hoai V. Tran, FEBO

H√īpital Ophtalmique Jules-Gonin

editors

Matthieu Randon, MD, MSc, FEBO

Hospital Center De Mayotte (CHM)

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Kevin J. Blinder, MD

Department of Clinical Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The Retina Institute

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Banu Turgut. √Ėzt√ľrk, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology

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Michael A. Singer, MD

Department of Ophthalmology, Medical Center Ophthalmology Associates

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Carta Arturo, MD

Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche, Università degli Studi di Parma

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Marcelo M. Nociari, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology, University of Cornell

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Digvijay Singh, MBBS, MD

Division of Ophthalmology, Medanta-The Medicity

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Ahmet K. G√ľnd√ľz, MD

Department of Ophthalmology, Ankara University

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Nazri Omar, MD, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology, Universiti Putra Selangor

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David S. Boyer, MD

Department of Ophthalmology, Retina-Vitreous Associates Medical Group

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Eduardo A. Archila, MD

Department of Ophthalmology, Universidad Nacional and El Bosque University

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Daien Vincent, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology, Universitary Hospital of Montpellier

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Ahmad W. Amirzada, MD

University Eye Hospital

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Joy Sarkar, PhD

Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Illinois

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reviewers

Akanksha Prasad, MD

University of California, USA

James V. Aquavella, MD

University of Rochester, USA

Khawaja K. Shoaib, MD

Amanat Eye Hospital (Lahore), Pakistan

Brian K. Foutch, PhD

University of the Incarnate Word, USA

Mitul Mehta, MD

UCI Medical Center, USA

Yasser I. Abdullah, MD

New York University, USA

Asaad A. Ghanem, MD

Mansoura University, Egypt

Fareed AL-Laftah, MD

King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

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