The Decreasing Prevalence of Nonrefractive Visual Impairment in Older Europeans: A Meta-analysis of Published and Unpublished Data.

@article{Delcourt2018TheDP,
  title={The Decreasing Prevalence of Nonrefractive Visual Impairment in Older Europeans: A Meta-analysis of Published and Unpublished Data.},
  author={C{\'e}cile Delcourt and M{\'e}lanie Le Goff and Therese von Hanno and Alireza Mirshahi and Anthony P Khawaja and Virginie J M Verhoeven and Ruth E Hogg and Eleftherios Anastosopoulos and Maria da Luz Cachulo and Ren{\'e} H{\"o}hn and Christian Wolfram and Alain M Bron and Stefania Miotto and Isabelle Carri{\`e}re and Johanna Maria Colijn and Gabri{\"e}lle H S Buitendijk and Jennifer A Evans and Dorothea Nitsch and Panayiota Founti and Jennifer L. Y. Yip and Norbert Pfeiffer and Catherine Creuzot-Garcher and Rufino Silva and Stefano Piermarocchi and Fotis Topouzis and Geir Bertelsen and Paul J Foster and Astrid E. Fletcher and Caroline C. W. Klaver and J. F. Korobelnik},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={2018},
  volume={125 8},
  pages={
          1149-1159
        }
}
TOPIC To estimate the prevalence of nonrefractive visual impairment and blindness in European persons 55 years of age and older. CLINICAL RELEVANCE Few visual impairment and blindness prevalence estimates are available for the European population. In addition, many of the data collected in European population-based studies currently are unpublished and have not been included in previous estimates. METHODS Fourteen European population-based studies participating in the European Eye… CONTINUE READING
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