Do you think that the management of eye diseases should be restricted to ophthalmologists? Most healthcare professionals answer this question with “yes” and avoid investigating and treating eye conditions without a specialist's opinion. Also, some ignore recent advances of eye laser surgery or surgical approaches to cataract and glaucoma. As a result, when they are questioned about ophthalmological issues, many regard the web as their first resource of objective and reliable information.
Review of Ophthalmology (www.revophth.com), an online journal with additional resources, contains countless review articles about different subjects in ophthalmology. Access is free to all content, including the most recent articles. Past editions since 2003 are easily obtained through a specific link, and visitors can also consult a regularly updated events' calendar. Unfortunately, many articles may not interest general practitioners and medical students because of their focus on specialists' dilemmas.
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