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Clinical Ophthalmology publishes video thematic series: Current and future treatments of ocular diseases

Victoria Ship on October 2, 2017 at 10:40 pm

Most people will suffer from eye problems at some point in their lives, and with such a wide range of known ocular diseases, it’s not difficult to understand why. However, there have been some great breakthroughs in ocular disease research recently that will aid in any future treatment received by patients. Dove Medical Press journal, Clinical Ophthalmology, has published a special video thematic series on “Current and Future Treatments of Ocular Diseases”, to further evaluate this field of research.

The series presents both current and future approaches in the prevention and management of a range of ocular diseases; such as glaucoma, congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction and cataracts. It features videos by eminent vision scientists discussing a wide range of treatment techniques; from novel delivery systems and eye drops to laser assisted surgery.

Dr Scott Fraser, Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Ophthalmology, has introduced the series below:

“Welcome to this Video Thematic Series from Dove Press. The aim of these videos is, of course, to impart state of the art ophthalmology in a more dynamic form than the printed word. This does not mean of course that print is dying – quite the opposite as the number of published papers, submissions and citations to papers in Clinical Ophthalmology is growing by the month. The rise of alternative online platforms and the increased capacity of websites and the tools that view them means that readers can expect information to be presented in a number of different formats.

So, however you wish to view the content of Clinical Ophthalmology you now have a wider choice. Keep checking back for more videos from world class clinicians and researchers.”

This series is still open for submissions, if you would like to submit a video to us, please email [email protected] for further details.

Categories: General Video Thematic Series

Keywords: clinical ophthalmology ocular diseases treatment videos glaucoma congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction cataract

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