Civilian eye casualties in east Jerusalem and the occupied territories.

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Rapid, unexpected and drastic change characterises the political status quo in the Middle East. The recent upheavals have again focused world attention on the protracted problems of the region. In this paper we review the causes and outcome of 567 Intifada eye injuries which occurred over the six-year period 1987-93, and which were all treated at the St John Ophthalmic Hospital, Jerusalem.

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@article{Jaouni1996CivilianEC, title={Civilian eye casualties in east Jerusalem and the occupied territories.}, author={Ziad M Jaouni and John G O'shea}, journal={Medicine, conflict, and survival}, year={1996}, volume={12 2}, pages={138-48} }