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Pediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, uvea, and oculoplasty: Survival is the only option

Evolution is the unfading law of nature. Ophthalmology has emerged as a rapidly evolving specialty, after a very humble beginning before its separation from otorhinolaryngology in the 20th century.[1]...

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Altered tear inflammatory profile in Indian keratoconus patients

Keratoconus is a progressive disorder characterized by thinning and ectasia of the central and paracentral cornea with a consequent increase in corneal curvature, irregular astigmatism, and loss of un...

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How safe is safe, and where are we in the journey toward safest of safe?

It is nice to have yet another issue of IJO, the official publication of AIOS out in print with a bevy of interesting articles packed with new information. This issue of the journal carries a paper in...

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Pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus in India: Wake-up call and the way forward!

India has 407 million children below the age of 16 years. This accounts for 40% of the Indian population.[1] Mahatma Gandhi said, “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its anim...

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November 2017 | Vol 65 | Issue 11

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Pediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, uvea, and oculoplasty: Survival is the only option

Evolution is the unfading law of nature. Ophthalmology has emerged as a rapidly evolving specialty, after a very humble beginning before its separation from otorhinolaryngology in the 20th century.[1]...


Guest Editorial

Altered tear inflammatory profile in Indian keratoconus patients

Keratoconus is a progressive disorder characterized by thinning and ectasia of the central and paracentral cornea with a consequent increase in corneal curvature, irregular astigmatism, and loss of un...


Guest Editorial

How safe is safe, and where are we in the journey toward safest of safe?

It is nice to have yet another issue of IJO, the official publication of AIOS out in print with a bevy of interesting articles packed with new information. This issue of the journal carries a paper in...


Guest Editorial

Pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus in India: Wake-up call and the way forward!

India has 407 million children below the age of 16 years. This accounts for 40% of the Indian population.[1] Mahatma Gandhi said, “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its anim...


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The journal is indexed with, or included in, the following:
DOAJ, EMBASE/ Excerpta Medica, Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, MEDLINE/Index Medicus, PubMed Central, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOPUS, Science Citation Index Expanded, Web of Science

Impact Factor as reported in the 2016 Journal Citation Reports (Thomson Reuters, 2017): 0.835

About IJO
  • The Indian Journal of Ophthalmology (ISSN 0301-4738) or IJO, is the official scientific journal of the All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS), which at a membership strength of over 15000 is probably the 2nd largest society of ophthalmologists in the world. The IJO which is an indexed, peer reviewed journal, originated as a platform for the scientific expression of the AIOS which is the umbrella society to which almost all ophthalmologists in India belong. However it has grown over the years to be international in its scope, also accepting articles of merit from contributors all over the world. IJO now in its Diamond Jubilee Year is published Monthly.
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