Co-morbidity of depression and anxiety in common age-related eye diseases: a population-based study of 662 adults

@inproceedings{Eramudugolla2013ComorbidityOD,
  title={Co-morbidity of depression and anxiety in common age-related eye diseases: a population-based study of 662 adults},
  author={Ranmalee Eramudugolla and Joanne M. Wood and Kaarin J. Anstey},
  booktitle={Front. Aging Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
This study examined the prevalence of co-morbid age-related eye disease and symptoms of depression and anxiety in late life, and the relative roles of visual function and disease in explaining symptoms of depression and anxiety. A community-based sample of 662 individuals aged over 70 years was recruited through the electoral roll. Vision was measured using a battery of tests including high and low contrast visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, motion sensitivity, stereoacuity, Useful Field of… CONTINUE READING
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