May-August 2016| Vol 28| Issue 2
Setting new goals
At the outset, let me begin with greetings for the New Year which has dawned with new promises and hopes. For our journal too, we look forward to marking new milestones with streamlin...
Infectious uveitis – A challenge to ophthalmologists
“A diagnosis is burden enough without being burdened by secrecy and shame”
Infectious uveitis accounts for majority of the cases of uveitis in developing countries. Risk of...
Convergence insufficiency is a common disorder of binocular vision in children and young adults. Common symptoms include eyestrain, headache, blurred vision, double vision, etc., Diagnosis of the co...
Inflammatory macular diseases: A review
Inflammatory macular diseases, a group of disorders, are a major cause of severe visual impairment. They may be caused by primary ocular disease or secondary to systemic or infectious disease. All o...
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Guidelines for imaging in Neuro-ophthalmic and Orbital disease
Neuroimaging has progressed from plain X-ray to magnetic resonance imaging, noninvasive angiography, and special sequences. Utilization of the appropriate investigation can save the sight and someti...
Kerala Journal of Ophthalmology, a publication of Kerala Society of Ophthalmic Surgeons, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly
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