The impact of bilateral or unilateral cataract surgery on visual functioning: when does second eye cataract surgery benefit patients?

@article{Tan2012TheIO,
  title={The impact of bilateral or unilateral cataract surgery on visual functioning: when does second eye cataract surgery benefit patients?},
  author={Anna Cheng Sim Tan and Wan Ting Tay and Ying Feng Zheng and Ava G. Tan and Jie Jin Wang and Paul Mitchell and Tien Yin Wong and Ecosse L Lamoureux},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2012},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={846-51}
}
AIM To examine the impact of bilateral or unilateral cataract surgery on visual functioning. METHODS The Singapore Malay Eye Study is a population-based study of 3280 Singapore Malay patients aged 40-80 years, of which 3225 had data available for inclusion. Cataracts were graded from digital lens photographs according to the Wisconsin scale. Study subjects were categorised as having: bilateral cataract surgery performed; unilateral cataract surgery performed with minimal cataract in the… CONTINUE READING
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