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Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology

The Official International Journal of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society

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02.01.2019 | Clinical Investigation

Night-vision aid using see-through display for patients with retinitis pigmentosa

From the early stage of disease progression, individuals with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) suffer from night blindness and have mobility problems at night. Promising new therapeutic treatments such as gene therapy [ 1 – 4 ] and regenerative medicine [ …5

02.01.2019 | Clinical Investigation

Reproducibility and reliability of retinal and optic disc measurements obtained with swept-source optical coherence tomography in a healthy population

In the last decade, optical coherence tomography (OCT) devices have become an essential tool in the clinical evaluation of ophthalmological patients. OCT imaging is essential for the diagnosis, follow up and treatment of patients suffering from …

02.01.2019 | Clinical Investigation

Tear film change and ocular symptoms after reading printed book and electronic book: a crossover study

Visual display terminals (VDTs) are a major and unavoidable part of daily life. In addition to desktop computers, laptop computers, tablets, portable digital assistants (PDAs), electronic books (e-books), and smartphones also play an important …

02.01.2019 | Clinical Investigation

Three cases of acute-onset bilateral photophobia

Full-field electroretinography (ERG) has been used to diagnose inherited and acquired retinal diseases. A selective reduction of the b-wave with a normal or minimally reduced a-wave leading to a negative-type ERG or electronegative ERG often …

02.01.2019 | Clinical Investigation

Periocular inverted follicular keratosis: a retrospective series over 17 years

Inverted follicular keratosis (IFK), also known as basosquamous cell acanthoma, usually appears as a rare, small, solitary, papillomatous benign lesion on the head, face, or neck, and in some cases, in the periorbital region [ 1 – 4 ]. Over the …

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