Fully international, the British Journal of Ophthalmology was founded in 1917 by the amalgamation of the Royal London (Moorfields) Ophthalmic Hospital Reports with the Ophthalmoscope and the Opthalmic Record. Main features include articles on both clinical and laboratory sciences, a series of articles in the form of perspectives, providing brief up to the minute reviews and Commentary - an occasional series challenging current dogma and opinion
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1917)-present
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