The Chinese Journal of Ocular Fundus Diseases is professional academic periodical on ophthalmology which has the characteristics of clinical and basic study of posterior segment of eye. The International Standard Serial Numbering (ISSN) is 1005-1015; the CN Serial Numbering (CN) is 51-1434/R, Post Code No 62-73. It is sponsored by the Chinese Medical Association, administrated by the China Association for Science and Technology and published by West China Hospital of Sichuan University and issued in and out of the country. Its initiation has been published as the name of Ocular Fundus Diseases in September 1985, and then changes the name as Chinese Journal of Ocular Fundus Diseases in 1992. The journal is available both in print and online.
Principles: The journal combined basic sciences with clinical practices, while also focusing on rising standards and popularization. To reflect overall the domestic clinical and fundamental research achievements in the field of leading subjects of ocular fundus diseases, to cultivate the professional personnel on ocular fundus diseases, to advance the popularization and improvement of the medical science on ocular fundus diseases in China and to promote the academic communication between internal and external specialists.
Report Range:The synopsis of the contents are the clinical and basic research achievements about retinal, uveal, vitreous, and optic-nerve diseases and other intra-ocular diseases related to the systemic diseases.
Main Columns: The main columns of the journal are Editorial, Original Articles, Shot Articles, Lecture, Review, Case Reports, Reader·Author·Editor, etc.
Academic Effects: Chinese Journal of Ocular Fundus Diseases is the key periodical in Chinese and the statistical source periodical of Science and Technology paper. Now it is collected in CA (Chemical Abstracts, USA), AJ (Abstract Journal, Russia), WPRIM (The Western Pacific Region Index Medicus, WHO), CSCD (Chinese Science Citation Database, Wanfang Data (China), China), Peking University Core Periodical Catalogue, etc. Its influence stands on the forward position of these professional periodicals. The impact factor of Chinese Journal of Neurology is 1.319 in 2017, ranking second among all ophthalmologic journals in China.
Readers: The medical workers and researchers in other major which related to the clinical study and basic study of ocular fundus diseases.