Incidence of trichiasis in a cohort of women with and without scarring.

@article{Muoz1999IncidenceOT,
  title={Incidence of trichiasis in a cohort of women with and without scarring.},
  author={Beatriz E. Mu{\~n}oz and Linda S Bobo and Harran A. Mkocha and Michael C Lynch and Ying Hen Hsieh and Sheila K West},
  journal={International journal of epidemiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={1167-71}
}
BACKGROUND Blindness from trachoma is a significant problem for many underdeveloped countries. While active trachoma is common in children, trichiasis, the potentially blinding sequella, develops in adulthood and affects mainly women. Little is known about factors associated with the development of trichiasis. METHODS The 7-year incidence of trichiasis… CONTINUE READING