journal description

The worldwide problem of visual impairment is set to increase, as we are seeing increased longevity in developed countries. This will produce a crisis in vision care unless concerted action is taken. Current Trends in Ophthalmology (ISSN: 2637-6938) is a valuable resource for any medical professional seeking to stay informed and up-to-date regarding developments in this dynamic specialty. It is an international peer-reviewed journal for ophthalmologists and visual science specialists describing clinical investigations, clinical observations, and clinically relevant laboratory investigations related to ophthalmology. This reader-friendly, resource provides a powerful, broad-based perspective on the most important advances from throughout the world literature.

Why publish your article in Current Trends in Ophthalmology?

Gratis open access policy allows maximum visibility of articles published in the journal as they are available to whole global audience. Current Trends in Ophthalmology offers a fast publication schedule where every work undergoes rigorous peer review; all articles must be submitted online, and peer review is managed fully electronically (articles are distributed in PDF form, which is automatically generated from the submitted files). Articles will be published with their final citation after acceptance, in both full text and as a formatted PDF.

latest articles

Plasmapheresis in Ophthalmology

Voinov V., A Karchevscy K.S. Isaulov O.V.

An Ophthalmic Changes in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Case-Control Study

Brandt C., de Souza M., Gadelha D., Melo M., C.,íl., Cruz R. d. Cás.

Evaluation of Annexin A1 Protein in an Infectious Keratitis Model: Therapeutic Perspectives

da Silva R., Hamade A., Silva G., Pereira G., de Oliveira Fáb., Souza H., Possebon L., Girol A.

Transient Macular Damage during Smartphone Usage

Yamauchi K., Nakazawa M., Kato C., Takahashi D.

Autonomic Regulation of the Function of the Vitreous Body and Retina

Edward L., Eugine S., Ivanovich T., Vladilenovna S., Ashrafovich A., Yuri G., Petrovich S., Yuri G., Raufovna A., Michael P.

D-Serine Induced by Ocular Hypertension is Associated with Retinal Cell Death

Kanamoto T., Kitaoka Y., Sakaue H., Murakami Y., Ikeda Y., Tobiume K., Kiuchi Y.