Journal of Optometry
ISSN: 1888-4296

The Journal of Optometry (J Optom) is the scientific double blind peer-reviewed publication of the Spanish General Council of Optometry ( Audience of J Optom includes optometrists, ophthalmologists and visual scientists, other professionals and researchers with interests in vision and the eye as well as undergraduate and post-graduate students in those fields. The J Optom welcomes the submission of original manuscripts, reviews, case reports and scientific letters describing clinical and experimental research in all fields related with the eye and vision. Journal of Optometry is an open access journal that publishes articles in English.

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From January 2021, the Spanish General Council of Optometry covers 50% of the Article Publishing Charge (APC).
This means that authors or funding entity accept to pay 50% of APC in case of acceptance of their manuscript. APC structure for Journal of Optometry can be checked here.
Vol. 17. Issue 3.
(July - September 2024)
Original article
Efficacy of anti-suppression therapy in improving binocular vision in children with small-angle Esotropia
Preeti Sharma, Shailja Tibrewal, Prem Kumar Singh, Suma Ganesh
J Optom. 2024;17:100490
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Utility of retinoscopy to examine peripheral refraction
Maciej Perdziak, Krystian Prymula, Anna Przekoracka-Krawczyk
J Optom. 2024;17:100505
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Visual function correlates of self-reported vision-related nighttime driving difficulties
Samuel Bert Boadi-Kusi, Princess Marie Aikins, Ebenezer Zaabaar, Anthony Gyimah Duku
J Optom. 2024;17:100506
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Red and green defocus curves and duochrome test in different age groups
Riccardo Rolandi, Fabrizio Zeri, Alessandro Duse, Giulia Carlotta Rizzo, Erika Ponzini, Silvia Tavazzi
J Optom. 2024;17:100497
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Assessing the role of visual dysfunctions in the association between visual symptomatology and the use of digital devices
Pilar Cacho-Martínez, Mario Cantó-Cerdán, Francisco Lara-Lacárcel, Ángel García-Muñoz
J Optom. 2024;17:100510
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Study of stereopsis using a depth sensation detection platform equipped with computer vision technology (DALE3D)
Carmen Alejandra Porcar Plana, Ezequiel Campos Mollo, Fernando Boronat Seguí, María Dolores Lledó Riquelme, Daniel Marfil Regero, Clara Silvestre Beneito, Cristina Peris Martínez
J Optom. 2024;17:100491
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Refractive features and amblyopia in Duane's Retraction Syndrome: A review of the 582 patients
Masoud Khorrami-Nejad, Mohammad Reza Akbari, Motahhareh Sadeghi, Babak Masoomian, Arash Mirmohammadsadeghi, Mohammed Khalaf Mohsin, Noor Hamad
J Optom. 2024;17:100508
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Mean cycloplegic refractive error in emmetropic adults – The Tehran Eye Study
Jos J. Rozema, Rafael Iribarren, Hassan Hashemi, Mehdi Khabazkhoob, Akbar Fotouhi
J Optom. 2024;17:100512
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Binocular vision parameters and visual performance in bilateral keratoconus corrected with spectacles versus rigid gas-permeable contact lenses
Luis Fernando Barba-Gallardo, Lina María Jaramillo-Trejos, Ana María Agudelo-Guevara, Andrea Paola Galicia-Durán, Elizabeth Casillas-Casillas
J Optom. 2024;17:100514
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Ethnicity and refractive errors in Peruvian children aged 7–11 years: A five-year analysis of the Demographic and Health Survey
Guillermo De-La-Borda-Prazak, Carolina Mendez-Guerra, Fiorella Huertas-Campos, Percy Herrera-Añazco, Vicente A. Benites-Zapata
J Optom. 2024;17:100486
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Sensory exotropia versus sensory esotropia: A comparative clinical features study
Mohammad Reza Akbari, Alaa Alghurab, Masoud Khorrami-Nejad, Elham Azizi, Babak Masoomian
J Optom. 2024;17:100516
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Letter to the editor
Comment on: Comparison of the ocular ultrasonic and optical biometry devices in different quality measurements
Suraj Kumar Chaurasiya, Mahendra Singh, Jayant Jha, Radhika
J Optom. 2024;17:100507
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Reply to Comment from Chaurasiya et al. on: Comparison of the ocular ultrasonic and optical biometry devices in different quality measurements
Masoud Khorrami-Nejad, Ahmed Mohammed Khodair, Mehdi Khodaparast, Farshid Babapour Mofrad, Farzaneh Dehghanian Nasrabadi
J Optom. 2024;17:100511
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Comment on: Prevalence of refractive error within a Portuguese sample of optometric records
Navneet Sharma, Mahendra Singh, Suraj Kumar Chaurasiya
J Optom. 2024;17:100509
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Reply to Comment from Kumar et al. on: Prevalence of refractive error within a Portuguese sample of optometric records
Vera L. Alves-Carneiro, José M. González-Méijome
J Optom. 2024;17:100513
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