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All eyes on Coronavirus—What do we need to know as ophthalmologists

“Of course it is (a pandemic). We're there. It doesn't matter what kind of terminology you use. To me, the pandemic is a mindset. We can either use pandemic as a word that makes us all...

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Bilateral lacrimal sac swellings in the elderly: Not always a mucocele

A 62-year-male, hypertensive, had a 6-month history of painless, progressive bilateral (OU) lacrimal sac region swellings without epiphora. Examination revealed pea-sized swelling over the lacrimal ...

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Use of ocular biomarkers as a potential tool for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease worldwide which unfortunately has no known effective cure to date. Despite many clinical trials indicating the effectiveness...

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Commentary: Viewing Alzheimer's disease from an ophthalmologist's eyes

In this issue of Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, Singh and Verma have compiled the results of the existing research on ocular biomarkers for the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease(AD) into a deta...

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April 2020 | Vol 68 | Issue 4

Editorial

All eyes on Coronavirus—What do we need to know as ophthalmologists

“Of course it is (a pandemic). We're there. It doesn't matter what kind of terminology you use. To me, the pandemic is a mindset. We can either use pandemic as a word that makes us all...


One Minute Ophthalmology

Bilateral lacrimal sac swellings in the elderly: Not always a mucocele

A 62-year-male, hypertensive, had a 6-month history of painless, progressive bilateral (OU) lacrimal sac region swellings without epiphora. Examination revealed pea-sized swelling over the lacrimal ...


Review Article

Use of ocular biomarkers as a potential tool for early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease worldwide which unfortunately has no known effective cure to date. Despite many clinical trials indicating the effectiveness...


Commentary

Commentary: Viewing Alzheimer's disease from an ophthalmologist's eyes

In this issue of Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, Singh and Verma have compiled the results of the existing research on ocular biomarkers for the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease(AD) into a deta...


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Baidu Scholar, CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure), EBSCO Publishing's Electronic Databases, Ex Libris Primo Central, Google Scholar, Hinari, Infotrieve, National Science Library, ProQuest, TdNet, Wanfang Data

The journal is indexed with, or included in, the following:
DOAJ, EMBASE/ Excerpta Medica, 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 2018 Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2019): 0.977

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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