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MINERVA OPHTHALMOLOGY

Hybrid journal


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pISSN 2785-1265

eISSN 2785-4493

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Minerva Oftalmologica 2010 September;52(3):111-8
Esotropia related to myopia: pathophysiology and treatment
Schiavi C., Scarale M. E.

Minerva Oftalmologica 2007 September;49(3):127-30
Adie syndrome
Minniti D., Palamara F.

Minerva Oftalmologica 2017 June;59(2):38-41
The effect of oral supplementation with standardized bilberry extract (Mirtoselect®) on retino-cortical bioelectrical activity in severe diabetic retinopathy
Fabio MAZZOLANI, Stefano TOGNI, Federico FRANCESCHI, Roberto EGGENHOFFNER, Luca GIACOMELLI *

Minerva Oftalmologica 2016 March;58(1):6-14
Oral treatment of central serous chorioretinopathy with low-dose drugs: a monocentric retrospective observational study
Andrea A. BASILE, Laura SABATO

Minerva Oftalmologica 2011 September;53(3):63-7
Wolfram Syndrome
Morreale Bubella R., Carità S., Morreale Bubella D.

Minerva Oftalmologica 2008 June;50(2):63-7
Isolated Conjunctival Amyloidosis. Case report
Scalinci S. Z., Scorolli L., Autolitano M., Pieri M., Greco P., Morara M., Meduri A., Salfi N. C. M., Vasuri F., Meduri R. A.

Minerva Oftalmologica 2005 March;47(1):43-58
Complications of excimer laser photorefractive keratectomy
Lamberti G., Campa C., Perri P., Costagliola C., Sebastiani A.

Minerva Oftalmologica 2019 March;61(1):13-5
A case of angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia of the orbit: anatomo-pathological features and treatment
Simone ULIVIERI *, Davide LUGLIETTO, Clelia MIRACCO, Giuseppe OLIVERI, Antonio GIORGIO

Minerva Oftalmologica 2016 March;58(1):1-5
The role of a novel oral curcumin delivery form (Meriva®) dietary supplementation in meibomian gland dysfunction
Fabio MAZZOLANI, Stefano TOGNI, Luca GIACOMELLI, Federico FRANCESCHI

Minerva Oftalmologica 2016 June;58(2):31-8
The coadministration of LactobacillUS and Bifidobacterium strains associated with short chain fructo-oligosaccharides reduces the damage of the ocular surface caused by dry eye syndrome
Giuseppe CHISARI, Eleonora M. CHISARI, Carmela GRECO, Roberto MADEDDU, Massimo MOTTA, Clara G. CHISARI

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