Aims and scope

"OphthaTherapy. Therapies in Ophthalmology " is a peer-reviewed  journal published 4 times a year. It was founded in 2014 and publishes only peer-reviewed articles: original research study, reviews, case reports, rapid communication, research letters, letters to the editor, book reviews and memoriams. "OphthaTherapy” presents scientific papers on new clinical findings, interventional  techniques, promising research data and their application into everyday ophthalmological practice. Journal presents also information on new pharmacotherapies and papers on the use of established pharmacotherapies in new circumstances and special cases. Manuscripts covering local or regional issues should also involve a global context.

The journal content is divided into sections: diagnostics, conservative treatment, surgery and laser therapy and new technologies. 

This publication is intended for ophthalmologists and medical residents. Every effort has been made to provide up-to-date information, especially on medicine dosage, however, it is advisable that doctors make final decisions on their usage.