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April-June 2019| Vol 9| Issue 2

Editorial

To reduce the number of blinded by glaucoma

[INLINE:1] Glaucoma remains a significant burden to eye health worldwide. An estimated 4.6 million people suffer from glaucoma in Japan alone, where an estimated 28.6% of government-designated,...


Review Article

Superior segmental optic hypoplasia as a differential diagnosis of glaucoma

Superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH) is a congenital anomaly affecting the optic nerve head and retina. Although the conventional characterization of SSOH emphasizes the relatively superior en...


Review Article

Ab-interno trabeculotomy-related glaucoma surgeries

Reductions of intraocular pressure during trabeculotomy result from relieving the resistance to aqueous flow by cleavage of the trabecular meshwork and inner walls of Schlemm's canal at the poin...


Review Article

Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy: An update on current management and review of literature

Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) is a subtype of neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD), commonly seen in the Asian population. It is dissimilar in epidemiology, genetic heteroge...


Original Article

Assessment of the optic nerve head, peripapillary, and macular microcirculation in the newly diagnosed patients with primary open-angle glaucoma treated with topical tafluprost and tafluprost/timolol fixed combination

RELEVANCE: The ability of antiglaucoma drugs to improve ocular hemoperfusion is an important aspect of their action. Tafluprost is the first preservative-free prostaglandin analog. The effica...


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Taiwan Journal of Ophthalmology is the official, peer-reviewed ,Quarterly, open access journal of the Ophthalmological Society of Taiwan (TOS), founded in May 1960 and is committed to active participation in eye care and the promotion of scientific research in ophthalmology.

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