About this series
Advances in Visual Science and Eye Diseases presents the latest progress and achievement made in visual science and eye diseases for eye care health professionals at different links in the chain of eye care delivery including ophthalmologists, researchers, eye care service providers, health policy makers, and medical students.
The series firstly covers major blinding eye diseases, expounding on their characteristics and the latest development in pathogenesis, up-to-date researches and treatment options of the diseases in detail. Then, the series unfolds the pathogenesis, new diagnosis methods, latest surgery techniques, genetic research, animal modelling studies and translational medicine in glaucoma. Next, the series provides an overall picture on 1. the development of ophthalmology in China along with the contribution of Chinese ophthalmologists to the international community from historical perspective and sheds light on its future development directions; 2. eye epidemiological studies and achievements in blindness prevention in China; 4. holistic view on the systematic relationship between the eye and other organs as well as the relationship between eye diseases and systematic diseases. We hope readers can benefit from this series by enriching their latest knowledge in no matter visual science or clinical management of eye diseases.
Ningli Wang is a professor at Beijing Tongren Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University, Beijing, China. He is also the director of Tongren Eye Center, Beijing, China.