Volume 4 Issue 1
Sneha Pasupati*, Ph.D
The Journal of Ophthalmology of volume 1 issue 1 published articles on myelin purified from optic nerve to study whether it plays an energetic role for the retinal ganglion cells (RGC) axons , presented a case report of one patient with rapidly growing eyebrow pilomatrixoma with strong Bcl-2 following trauma, which was not mentioned before , documented on comparative studies outcome of Epiretinal Membrane Surgery, duration of Surgery with and without the use of trypan blue dye  and lastly, on outcomes of Dacryocystorhinostomy carried out by an orbit and oculoplastics fellow at the Arvind eye hospital, Madurai, India .
Anbarasu Krishnan*, Ph.D
The Journal of Ophthalmology covers all areas of ophthalmology, including basic science investigations and clinical studies supporting the scientific innovation and advancement in Ophthalmology research community.
The Journal of Ophthalmology of volume 2 issue 2 published articles on the applicability of using perfluorocarbon liquid (PFCL) – and brilliant blue G (BBG) – assisted technique for peeling of internal limiting membrane (ILM) during vitrectomy surgery , reported the weight of children who opted for cataract surgery at a child eye health tertiary facility , explored a possible link between retinoblastoma and erythrocyte blood group , and presented a population-based cross-sectional study on prevalence of manifest hyperopia among high school in a Ghanaian metropolis , and assessed the outcome of scleral buckling (SB) surgery using 25-gauge chandelier illumination .
Idiopathic Neuroretinitis – Mini Review
Samet Gulkas1* and Osman Cekic2
Neuroretinitis (NR) is an inflammatory disease characterized by optic disc edema followed by formation of macular exudates called as macular star. The increase in optic disc permeability is the main cause of the underlying pathology. Although, the etiology is known in a subset of the patients with NR, nearly in one-half of the patients, the exact etiology still remains undefined. The classification of NR is based on the etiology. Despite of a still unclear classification, proposed classification of NR has been commonly grouped as infectious and non-infectious (inflammatory or idiopathic).