Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of eye-related diseases and visual system. The eye and its surrounding structures can be affected by a number of clinical and experimental conditions. Ophthalmology involves diagnosis and therapy of such conditions, along with microsurgery.

International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology is a privileged journal publishing meticulously peer-reviewed manuscripts, amplifying and assisting the knowledge of ophthalmologists in their noble commitment of prevention, treatment, and reversal of vision loss.

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The expert services for maintaining eye health are becoming more and more important as the world population ages. An ageing population means there are more and more occurrences of age-related diseases of the eye, such as age-related macular degeneration. Moreover, blindness is one of the mos… Readmore

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2021-02-11 Research Article


Circulating salusin-beta levels in the patients with age-related macular degeneration

Burak Turgut*, Kadir Mercan, Nesrin Demir, Nevin Ilhan and Onur Çatak


Purpose: To evaluate the levels of salusin-beta (β-SAL) in the serum in patients with age-related macular degeneration (ARMD).

Methods: Our study was designed as a controlled comparative clinical study. The β-SAL levels in serums of age and sex-matched 20 …

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2020-09-29 Research Article


Pattern of ocular diseases among patients attending ophthalmic outpatient department: A cross-sectional study

Sewunet Ademe* and Afework Edmealem


Background: Ocular diseases affect every individual in this world, with the only difference being in the pattern of occurrence of disease depending on age, gender, region, and climatic conditions. In Ethiopia there is shortage of literatures stating pattern o…

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2020-05-25 Research Article


The evaluation of bandage soft contact lenses as a primary treatment for traumatic corneal abrasions

Hashim Thiab Hassan*


Background: Corneal abrasions are a common result of eye trauma. Corneal injuries are very common in both the adult and pediatric population and account for a significant proportion of the workload of most emergency departments. Although abrasion heals well w…

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2020-05-22 Research Article


Can we predict Alzheimer’s Disease through the eye lens?

Sandeep CS*, Vijayakumar N and Sukesh Kumar A


Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a common dementia problem of the old population. The two main hallmarks of AD are tau protein and amyloid-beta protein. The relevant investigations on AD suggest that these proteins are also seen in the eye. There are many tests and imaging m…

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2020-05-20 Research Article


Evaluation of the efficacy of transcorneal electric stimulation therapy in retinitis pigmentosa patients with electrophysiological and structural tests

Mualla Sahin Hamurcu*, Sema Akkan Aydogmuş and M. Sinan SARICAOĞLU


A Statement of Significance: This study shows that the effect of transcorneal electrical stimulation (TES) therapy as a stimulator device in retinitis pigmentosa (RP)patients with have a significant increase in visual acuity and shortening of p100 latency in …

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2020-05-20 Research Article


Changes in intraocular pressure after ND-yag laser posterior capsulotomy

Hashim Thiab Hassan*


Background: The posterior capsule opacification (PCO) is also known as after cataract is a common complication after planned extra capsular cataract extraction (ECCE) with or without intraocular lens (IOL) implantation. The aim of this study was to evaluate t…

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2020-03-12 Research Article


Using correlative microscopy for studying and treatment of Mycoplasma infections of the ophtalmic mucosa

Del Prete Salvatore*, Marasco Daniela, De Gennaro Roberto and Del Prete Antonio


Purpose: We have studied in 18-month 21 patients showing kerato-conjunctivitis and/or dermato-blefaritis, where we will find a constant presence of mycoplasma in SEM optical cytology samples. The 21 patients were divided as follows: 7 allergic, 7 alleged alle…

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2020-02-25 Research Article


Two different patterns and outcome of neodymium YAG capsulotomy

Sudeep Navule Siddappa*, Darshan Shivaura Mahalingu, Rakesha Anjenappa and Tintu Susan Joy


Visual impairment is a global health problem. Cataract is responsible for 50% of blindness worldwide [1].

Posterior capsular opacification is the most common late complication of cataract surgery as a result of proliferation of residual lens epithelial cells ove…

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2020-02-19 Research Article


Retinopathy of prematurity – Intersibling divergence of risk factors among twins

Sudeep Navule Siddappa*, Kavitha Chikknayakanahalli Venugopal, Pavana Acharya and Tintu Susan Joy


Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is a consequence of an arrest in normal retinal neural and vascular development, which determines the aberrant retinal regeneration [1,2].

ROP is a disease process mostly reported in preterm neonates ranging from mild, transient …

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2020-01-29 Research Article


Demographic pattern of refractive anomalies in Niger Delta presbyopes – Implications for preventive eye care practice

Ireju Onyinye Chukwuka* and Chinyere Nnenne Pedro-Egbe


Background/Aim: In spite of global initiatives to provide sight for all by the year 2020, many middle-aged to elderly people in the Niger Delta still have significant visual impairment due to uncorrected refractive errors. The aim of this study is to assess t…

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