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Ceska a Slovenska Oftalmologie

Czech and Slovak ophthalmology

Abbreviation: Cesk. Slov. Oftalmol.

Published by: Ceska Lekarska Spolecnost J. E. Purkyne

Publisher Location: Praha, Czech Republic

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 1995; 51(3) -- 2015; 71(1)

Publication Date Range: 1995 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 9
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pISSN = 1211-9059
USNLM = 9600515 | CODEN = CSOFF2 | OCLC = 32189095

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Journal Language(s): Articles in Czech or Slovak; summaries and table of contents also in English

Title preceded by: Ceskoslovenska Oftalmologie [ISSN 0009-059X]

Aims and Scope (from publisher): The Czech and Slovak Ophthalmology journal is the official journal of the Czech Ophthalmological Society and the Slovak Ophthalmological Society with a long tradition of 73 years. The journal consists of original papers, research results, summary papers, case studies, retraining chapters, articles for practice, news from congresses and symposia, and book reviews. It provides information on new diagnostic methods in ocular diseases and their conservative and surgical treatment. The journal is an integral part of the library of all physicians in the field and a tool for postgraduate education. Since 2009, the Czech and Slovak Ophthalmology journal has been a peer-reviewed, non-impacted journal.