|The PHILIPPINE JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY (PJO), the official
journal of the Philippine Academy of Ophthalmology, aims to provide a venue
for exchange of ideas and information among ophthalmologists and other physicians.
It publishes peer-reviewed reports of original clinical and laboratory investigations,
epidemiological studies done in the Philippines and other countries, major
reviews of specific topics, evaluation of diagnostic and surgical techniques,
treatment methods, latest updates, and controversial issues in ophthalmology.
Published biannually, Number One of Volume One is dated January–March 1969. Entered as a third-class mail matter at the Manila Post Office on February 13, 1969.
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Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.
PJO Editorial Board:
|Editor in Chief||:||Patricia M. Khu, M.D.|
|Associate Editors||:||Harvey S. Uy, M.D.
Santiago Antonio B. Sibayan, M.D.
|Assistant Editors||:||Jessica Marie R. Abaño, M.D.
Ruben Lim Bon Siong, M.D.
Joseph Anthony J. Tumbocon, M.D.
Jocelyn L. Sy, M.D.
Marissa N. Valbuena, M.D.
|Managing Editor||:||Carlos G. Naval, M.D.|
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