Every practitioner will find clinically-relevant articles to spark their interest in the 144-page, January 2018 issue of Clinical and Experimental Optometry.
Delve into the articles written by world-leading authors in the Contact Lenses special issue of Clinical and Experimental Optometry.
Celebrate your journal’s 100th Volume in Issue 4 July 2017, on the Wiley Online Library website or app, or download the PDF from our Archive.
Read the latest issue, Volume 100 Issue 2 March 2017, on the Wiley Online Library website or app, or download the PDF from our Archive.
Read the latest issue, Volume 99 Issue 6 November 2016, on the Wiley Online Library website or app.
This issue is dedicated to Vision and road safety and has open access on the Wiley Online Library website.
A guest editorial by the late Professor Brien Holden and colleagues is a highlight of this open-access issue.
This review tackles the structure and function of normal and degenerate retina, and the different approaches to prosthetic implants in human and preclinical trials.
This paper by Dr Laura Downie and Richard Lindsay provides a comprehensive review of contact lens fitting for keratoconus.
Don Ezekiel has been a passionate and innovative contact lens practitioner and manufacturer. His many contributions have served to enhance the art and science of contact lens practice locally, nationally and internationally.
This Editor's Choice paper by Robert Hess reports his recent research in amblyopia. It was presented at the Southern Regional Congress in Melbourne on 3 March 2014 when he was presented with the H Barry Collin Research Medal.
This Editor's Choice paper reviews the value of electrophysiology (ERG, EOG, VEP) in ophthalmic diagnosis.
Clinical and Experimental Optometry is one of the world's top three Optometry journals. It is the leading peer-reviewed journal of original optometric and vision science research and reviews in the Asia-Pacific region.