Aims and Scope

Eye South East Asia (EyeSEA) strives to promote the dissemination of regionally relevant academic publications and discourse in the field of Ophthalmology. The South East Asian population has a unique spectrum of eye diseases due to pathophysiologic, geographic, socioeconomic and cultural contexts – although often underrepresented in literature. EyeSEA supports the growing number of ophthalmic healthcare professionals in the region seeking to produce academic publications with the highest standards of ethical research, robust methodology and publication practice – from South East Asia to the world. We require no addtional fee for publication.

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January - June issue : March, 31

July - December issue : Septermber, 30

Eye South East Asia is indexed in ASEAN citation index and Tier 1 of Thai Citation Index 

 ISSN 2586-8349 (Print)

 ISSN 2697-4398 (Online)

Updated for Vol 14 Issue 2 2019 and onward: Each issue will contain a minimum of 6 articles, up to a maximum of 15 articles

Vol. 18 No. 2 (2023): July-December 2023

Published: 2023-12-28

Atypical Presentation of Conjunctival Kaposi Sarcoma: A Case Report

Wimolwan Tangpagasit, Sasivarin Luangpitakchumpol, Worapop Suthiwartnarueput, Nattadet Ratana-aram, Suntaree Thitiwichienlert, Pawarit Wanichsetakul, Wichai Leelawongtawun


Endogenous endophthalmitis: A 5-year Retrospective Study at Thammasat Hospital

Theinchai Pasurakul, Paiboon Bowornwattanadilok, Navapol Kanchanaranya, Nattapol Wongkumchang, Kittichai Akrapipatkul, Comkrit Mahasith


The clinical characteristics of pediatric strabismus in Ho Chi Minh city Eye Hospital in 2020

Bao Hong Tran, Truyen Nguyen, Huynh Kim Ngan Nguyen, Tran Nu Vuong Nguyen, Phi Trinh Nguyen, Quoc Huy Pham, Phuoc Cuong Vo


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