Dear ijretina readers and contributors,

We are excited to present to you the International Journal of Retina volume 7 no 1.
This issue is notable for its variety.
It includes two studies evaluating the levels of antiinflammatory cytokines in diabetic retinopathy, in addition to an article that takes advantage of of the development of quantitative choroidal thickness measurement on OCT for Diabetic Macular Edema treatment evaluation.

In this world of ever changing technology for retinal detachment surgery, scleral buckle remains an important technique to master. An article in this issue showing the result of simple encircling buckle for uncomolicated primary retinal detachment.

A wide array of interesting case reports offering valuable insights on patients’ management also covered in this issue.

Thank you for your continued support of International Journal of Retina. We will strive to continue to raise the impact factor and decrease the time for review while simultaneously emphasizing the need for fair review process.

International Journal of Retina

DOI: https://doi.org/10.35479/ijretina.2024.vol007.iss001

Published: 2024-03-01

Simple Encircling Scleral Band for Uncomplicated Retinal Detachment 1

Ari Djatikusumo, Emil Fahrinandi Sjahreza, Triwijayanti Triwijayanti, Abisyifa Rahma Taim, Seruni Hanna Ardhia

THE LEVELS OF IL-6, CRP, and LDH IN THE VITREOUS HUMOUR OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY PATIENTS. 16

Kalyan Singh, Dr. Perwez Khan, Dr. Lubna Khan, Dr. Shalini Mohan, Dr. Parul Singh, Dr. Surbhi Agarawal, Dr. Namrata Patel, Dr. Ditsha Datta

Clinical Characteristics of Patients with Retinal Vein Occlusion and Macular Edema at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Kirana in Indonesia 26

Isfyanto Isfyanto, Ari Djatikusumo, Gitalisa Andayani, Anggun Rama Yudantha, Mario Marbungaran Hutapea, Kemal Akbar Suryoadji, Andi Arus Victor

EVALUATION OF ENDOTHELIN-1 AND GLYCATED HAEMOGLOBIN IN TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT RETINOPATHY 39

Christelle DOMNGANG, Alex DEFFO, Stephanie EYOMBO, O’Neal YOUTE, Leonard TEDONG, Giles KAGMENI, Eugene SOBNGWI

DOES BASELINE SUB-FOVEAL CHORIODAL THICKNESS DETERMINES TREATMENT RESPONSE TO INTRAVITREAL AFLIBERCEPT IN DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA? 48

Somesh Ranjan, Harshraj Nehra, Vinod Sharma, Kashish Goel, Madhu Kumari, Sarita Agarwal, Neharika Sharma, Bhavya Mehta, Ram Lal Sharma, Rahul Bhargava