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From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction Corneal transplantation is the only treatment option for corneal blindness to restore sight. However, there is a disproportionate imbalance between the demand and supply of corneal tissue in Ethiopia. This...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction In Ethiopia, cataract surgery is mainly provided by donors free of charge through outreach programs. Assessing willingness to pay for patients for cataract surgery will help explain how the service is...
From:Journal of OphthalmologyPeer-ReviewedIntroduction. Xerophthalmia is a general term applied to all the ocular manifestations from night blindness through complete corneal destruction (keratomalacia) due to vitamin A deficiency. Xerophthalmia is the main...
From:Journal of Ophthalmology (Vol. 2020) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction. Low vision is a worldwide health problem in both developing and developed countries. A national survey of low vision and blindness in Ethiopia showed that the prevalence of low vision was 3.7% and that of...
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