BMJ Open Ophthalmology is a new Open Access journal published by BMJ. The journal publishes high-quality peer-reviewed articles on basic, translational and clinical science covering all aspects of ophthalmology and vision science.
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- Digital eye strain: prevalence, measurement and amelioration
- LncRNAs in genetic basis of glaucoma
- Epithelial ingrowth following laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK): prevalence, risk factors, management and visual outcomes
- Expert practice patterns and opinions on corneal cross-linking for infectious keratitis
- Clinical safety of a minor eye conditions scheme in England delivered by community optometrists
- Original research
- Original articleThe prevalence of visual symptoms in poppers users: a global survey(25 January, 2017)
- Original article
- ReviewDigital eye strain: prevalence, measurement and amelioration(16 April, 2018)