Prevalence of Different Eye Diseases excluding Refractive Errors Presented at the Outpatient Clinic in Beheira Eye Hospital

  title={Prevalence of Different Eye Diseases excluding Refractive Errors Presented at the Outpatient Clinic in Beheira Eye Hospital},
  author={Ola Abdel Hamid Mansour and Mervat Mourad and Rafat Ali Rihan and M. Moustafa},
  journal={The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine},
Purpose of this study was to determine the frequency and spectrum of eye disorders presenting to the eye clinic of Damnhour, Behira Eye Hospital. Introduction: Epidemiological studies provide information on the prevention, treatment, and minimization of the impact of diseases on the society. Subjects and Methods: During November 2016 to December 2016, all patients who presented to Damnhour, Behira Eye Hospital suffering from ocular diseases other than refractive errors were included in this… Expand
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