Screening for childhood blindness and visual impairment in a secondary school in rural Malawi

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(spherophakia). As per the principles of Occam’s razor, we would suggest that the case Dr Athanasiadis et al report had a pre-existing zonular weakness and/or received higher-than-usual amounts of laser energy. It is important to emphasise that LPI should be performed by a skilled, experienced operator, using the lowest possible power to achieve a… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/eye.2010.188

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@article{Sherwin2011ScreeningFC, title={Screening for childhood blindness and visual impairment in a secondary school in rural Malawi}, author={Justin C. Sherwin and William H. Dean and Nick H Metcalfe}, journal={Eye}, year={2011}, volume={25}, pages={256-257} }