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The journal of Ocular Infection and Inflammation is a peer reviewed journal that aims to publish research dealing with ophthalmology and the various ocular diseases like blepharitis, keratitis, chorioretinitis, ocular histoplasmosis syndrome etc. The journal focuses on the various aspects of ocular research like ocular infection, ocular tumors, ophthalmic inflammation, immuno ophthalmology etc.
The primary focus of the journal lies in exploring the various ocular infections and diseases and the mechanisms underlying these conditions. The journal also explores the leading-edge technology for the treatment of the various ocular disorders.
The Journal of Ocular Infection and Inflammation has assembled together renowned scientists in the Editorial board. All the manuscripts are subjected to vigorous peer-review process to ensure quality and originality. In addition to research articles, the journal also publishes high quality commentaries reviews and perspectives aimed at encapsulating the latest knowledge that synthesizes new theories and treatment strategies for the better management of the ophthalmic infections and diseases.
The team of the Journal of Ocular Infection and Inflammation takes immense pride in providing a streamlined and unbiased publishing process. Ocular Infection and Inflammation journal provides an encouraging platform to the scientists for sharing their valuable research in the field of ophthalmology.
Journal of Ocular Infection and inflammation is an academic journal which aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports Short Communications etc in all areas of the field making them freely available online without any restrictions or any subscription to the researchers worldwide.
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Pain, itching, photosensitivity, swollen eyelids, tears, blepharospasm etc. are some of the common symptoms of the various eye diseases. Apart from this presence of floaters and tiny fragments in the liquid inside the eye are some other symptoms of possible ophthalmic diseases. Pain, itching, photosensitivity, swollen eyelids, tears, blepharospasm etc. are some of the common symptoms of the various eye diseases. Some of the eye diseases include blepharitis, keratitis, chorioretinitis, ocular histoplasmosis syndrome etc.
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Ocular tumors can be commonly observed in the orbit of the eye, retina, cornea, conjunctiva or on the eyelids. The ocular tumors can be congenital or may be due to process of metastasis. The various benign and malignant tumors of the eye include Melanoma, Retinoblastoma, Choroidal hemangioma etc. They can be prevented by routine annual examinations conducted by ophthalmologists.
Ocular research is a branch of medicine that deals with the study of the eye as well as the various diseases associated with the eyeball and the orbit of the eye. Ocular research involves around ophthalmic optics, study of the structure and function of the eye, diseases concerned with the eye and the associated systems linked with the power of vision and the treatment of ophthalmic conditions.
The various diseases and tumors of the eyes like the thyroid eye disease or infectious cellulitis to systemic inflammatory disorders or ocular tumors can cause orbital inflammation. Orbital inflammatory diseases are the main reason for the orbital biopsy conducted by ophthalmologists. The orbital inflammatory diseases may be specific like sarcoidosis or may be nonspecific involving multiple structures in the orbit of the eye.
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It refers to a situation when the pressure inside the eye i.e intraocular pressure becomes higher than normal. Normal eye pressure has a range of 10-21 mm Hg while during ocular hypertension the eye pressure becomes greater than 21 mm Hg. Ocular hypertension may sometimes lead to ocular glaucoma.
The orbital inflammatory diseases require a comprehensive treatment plan for their diagnosis and cure. The options for treatment of ophthalmic diseases has increased with the increased availability of biologically targeted agents that act on a specific segment of the inflammatory cascade. The treatment requires real time immunologic monitoring of the disease to find out future directions for targeted therapy of the diseases.
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Virus, bacteria, fungi and parasites invade the eyes in the same way as they invade the human body and cause the various eye infections. Conjunctivitis is the most common type of eye infection which is also known as pinkeye. Viral conjunctivitis being the most contagious and infectious spreads rapidly in the population. Damage to retina, formation of ulcers and scars in the retina leading to permanent loss of vision are some of the serious complications due to ocular infections.
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Ophthalmic migraines, retinal migraines, eye migraines are some of the terms used by ophthalmologists for referring to ocular migraines. These migraines might affect our one eye or both and cause visual disturbances followed by severe headaches. They are though frightening by can be self-resolved without medication.
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The Type 1 Herpes simplex virus leads to the ocular herpes infection. This causes severe inflammation in the cornea and hence sometimes called cold sore of the eye. This is a transferrable disease and can be transmitted between persons.
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This is a type of an infection spread by M. tuberculosis species and it can affect any part of the eye. The common symptoms of the disease are blurred vision, headaches, floaters, flashes and light sensitivity.
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It is a kind of inflammation in the eye that causes burning and itching in the eye leading to severe eye inflammation. It generally develops in people with skin rosacea hence the name has been given.Eye is the first indication of possible skin rosacea.
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Ocular trauma is a term given to an eye injury that occurs because of direct blow to the eye. The magnitude varies from a normal black eye due to sports injury to a serious case of blood collection between the cornea and the iris. The best way to avoid eye trauma is wearing protective eye wear while doing activities that might cause eye trauma.
Related journals: Journal of Trauma & Treatment, Eye Contact, Journal of Ophthalmology, Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology.