Screening for Visual

Introduction Vision is among the important sensory modalities for all living organism. However as we aged, vision may be impaired due to normal aging process or eye disorder. Age- related eye disorders and visual impairment increase with age. An eye survey done in Malaysia in 1996 reported that the prevalence ...
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Introduction National Eye Survey done in Malaysia in 1996 shows that the prevalence of bilateral blindness was 0.29 % and low vision was 2.4 %. The study also shows that the prevalence of blindness in children was 0.05 % and increases to 4.77 % in the elderly age 70 years ...
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Introduction The prevalence of visual impairment increases as the population aged. Visual impairment includes low vision and blindness. Blindness is defined as visual acuity of less than 3/60 or inability to count fingers at a distance of 3 meter in the better eye using available means of corrective devices (with ...
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