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The African Vision and Eye Health publishes original peer-reviewed papers of scientific and clinical research in optometry, ophthalmology, vision science and other related fields. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Small-incision lenticule extraction for correction of refractive error after 2 years of follow-up  
Hassenien S. Shuber, Hussein A. Alhamami, Salah Z. Alasadi
24 February 2021

Original Research

 
Impact of surgical experience on early post-operative regional corneal thickness after phacoemulsification  
Yousif F. Dawood, Ammar F. Issa, Essam S. Faraj
15 February 2021

Original Research

 
Survey of back and neck pain in South African ophthalmologists  
Craig D. Anderson, Aubrey Makgotloe, Karen Koetsie, André Rose
04 February 2021

Review Article

 
A systematic review on prevalence, risk factors, clinical diagnosis and medical management of dry eye disease in the Arab population  
Mohammed A. Aljarousha, Noor E. Badarudin, Mohd Z. Che Azemin, Yousef Aljeesh, Amer Abuimara
03 February 2021

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
21 December 2020

Editorial

 
Editorial  
Alan Rubin
18 December 2020

Original Research

 
A comparison of anterior and posterior central corneal powers in eyes with and without keratoconus  
Elizabeth Chetty, Alan Rubin
17 December 2020

Original Research

 
Competency level assessment of healthcare practitioners in managing diabetes and diabetic eye disease in the district health system of Limpopo province, South Africa  
Zaheera Abdool, Kovin Naidoo, Linda Visser
14 December 2020

Review Article

 
Diagnosis and staging of ocular surface squamous neoplasia  
Roland Höllhumer, Pamela Michelow, Susan Williams
14 December 2020

Original Research

 
Visual health status and its relationship with road traffic accidents amongst Nigerian vehicle drivers: A publication of the Nigerian Optometric Association  
Bernadine N. Ekpenyong, Damian Echendu, Ekanem Ekanem
07 December 2020
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