La réfraction chez l’enfant : épidémiologie, évolution, évaluation et mode de correction des amétropies

@inproceedings{Denis2004LaRC,
  title={La r{\'e}fraction chez l’enfant : {\'e}pid{\'e}miologie, {\'e}volution, {\'e}valuation et mode de correction des am{\'e}tropies},
  author={Dariusz Denis and Corinne Benso and P. Wary and C{\'e}line Fogliarini},
  year={2004}
}
Children’s refraction and its progression are important because refractive errors can be precisely corrected. Some types of simple ametropia can generate reversible perturbations after optical correction and others are amblyogenic and strabogenic ametropia. Definition, epidemiology (frequency and risk factors), progression of refraction, evaluation and an optical correction method are described. 
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