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JAMA Ophthalmology

Title Abbreviation
JAMA Ophthalmol
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Therapeutic Area
To be the indispensable source of ophthalmic knowledge for the generalist, subspecialist, and trainee; to publish innovative, clinically relevant research for the vision scientist; to be the first choice for authors to submit their important manuscripts to; and to achieve this through authoritative peer review. JAMA Ophthalmology informs readers of progress, problems, and pertinent research in the practice of ophthalmology through the publication of peer-reviewed original contributions and observations. JAMA Ophthalmology is one of the best-read, most frequently cited publications in its field because it addresses so many needs and interests of busy physicians. Articles of paramount importance, particularly Clinical Trials, receive expedited publication. Special departments provide in-depth information on new instruments, surgical techniques, socioeconomics, history, controversies, molecular ophthalmic genetics, and epidemiology. Many articles make lavish use of color. JAMA Ophthalmology’s broad circulation ensures that the journal gets into the hands of office- and hospital-based ophthalmologists and leading academicians.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Medical Association (AMA)
Publisher Name
American Medical Association
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