Published since 1995, The Digital Journal of Ophthalmology (DJO) is dedicated to the worldwide dissemination of original basic science and clinical research as well as case reports, grand rounds, and images and videos of exceptional teaching value. The DJO is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal for the ophthalmology community with the potential to reach over 3 billion users of the Internet worldwid.

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Vol. 28 No. 2 (2022)

Published: 2022-06-30

Spontaneous rupture of secondary iris inclusion cyst causing acute glaucoma and other ocular sequelae

Julie M. Shabto, MBA, Kenneth W. Price, MD, John C. Allen, MD, Caroline Craven, Jeremy K. Jones, MD, Jill Wells, MD


Migration of retained tarsal bee stinger onto the ocular surface causing superficial keratopathy

Alexander R. Newman, MD, Timothy J. Beckman, MBBS, Braden D. Meiklejohn, MBBS, Matthew D. Green, FRANZCO


Corneal deposits in nephropathic cystinosis

Saloua Ben Amor, MD, Salma Ben Ameur, MD, Sonda Kamoun, MD, Rim Belhadj, MD, Thouraya Kamoun, MD, Amira Trigui, MD

Solitary retinal astrocytic hamartoma

Sandra Hoyek, MD, Mary E. Aronow, MD, Nimesh A. Patel, MD

Wyburn-Mason syndrome

Fernando Godin, MD, Eduardo Cadena, MD, Javier Lacorzana, MD, PhD, Robinson Barrientos, MD

Systemic lupus erythematosus choroidopathy

Isabela Martins Melo, MD, Renata Caroline Ferreira Gomes, MD, Alexandre Amaral Yung, MD

Fundus photography in nonaccidental trauma

Viren Govindaraju, MD, Tedi Begaj, MD, Antonio Capone Jr, MD

The colossal choroid

Manavi D. Sindal, MS, Kanika Chhabra, MS

Posterior embryotoxon

Richa Agarwal, MS, DNB, Alka Tripathi, MS, Mohit Agarwal, DCH, DNB

Chronic granulomatous inflammation in subconjunctival silicone oil cyst

Prantik Maity, MBBS, Rajiv Raman, MS, Jyotirmay Biswas, MD, Bipasha Mukherjee, MS, DNB

Focal scleral nodule

Nicholas E. Kalafatis, MD, Andrea Laiton, MD, Carol L. Shields, MD
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