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1Visual assessment of commercial drivers in the South West Region of Cameroon
Brice Nguedia Vofo,Doris Ako Ayuk,Jacob Pe’er,Alain Chichom-Mefire,Nicholas Tendongfor,Eleanor Ngwe Nche
BMC Ophthalmology.2021;21(1)
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2Aphakia Correction by Injection of Foldable Intra Ocular Lens in the Anterior Chamber
Kagmeni Giles,Moukouri Ernest,Domngang Christelle,Nguefack-Tsague Georges,Cheuteu Raoul,Ebana Mvogo Come,Peter Wiedemann
Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases.2013;5(1)OED.S12672
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3Visual outcome of cataract surgery from a free outreach camp among rural areas of Southern-Kaduna, Nigeria
Stanley Sano Bulus,Amos Silas Bakut,Pamela Sarki Diyale,Zakiyya Mahmoud
Global Journal of Cataract Surgery and Research in Ophthalmology.2022;1(1)15
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4Prevalence and causes of blindness and visual impairment; and cataract surgical services in Katsina state of Nigeria
Manal Omran Taryam,Muhammad M Rabiu,Nasiru Muhammad,Kehinde Oladigbolu,Halima Abdurrahman
British Journal of Ophthalmology.2020;104(6)752
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5Perception of blind rehabilitation services among adults with acquired blindness in Nigeria: Attention to functional goals
Emmanuel Bassey,Caroline Ellison,Ruth Walker
British Journal of Visual Impairment.2019;37(1)6
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6Factors associated with visual outcomes after cataract surgery: A cross-sectional or retrospective study in Liberia
Rohit C. Khanna,Varsha M. Rathi,Edward Guizie,Gurcharan Singh,Kumar Nishant,Smrita Sandhu,Rajashekar Varda,Anthony Vipin Das,Gullapalli Nageswara Rao,Fakir M Amirul Islam
PLOS ONE.2020;15(5)e0233118
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7ISPARTA ILI VE ÇEVRESINDE ASKERLIK ÇAGINDAKI GENÇ ERKEKLERIN YASAL KÖRLÜK SEBEPLERI
UMUT KARACA,Gülsah USTA
SDÜ Tip Fakültesi Dergisi.2019;15(5)e0233118
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8Prevalence and causes of vision loss in sub-Saharan Africa: 1990–2010
Kovin Naidoo,Stephen Gichuhi,María-Gloria Basáñez,Seth R Flaxman,Jost B Jonas,Jill Keeffe,Janet L Leasher,Konrad Pesudovs,Holly Price,Jennifer L Smith,Hugo C Turner,Richard A White,Tien Y Wong,Serge Resnikoff,Hugh R Taylor,Rupert R A Bourne
British Journal of Ophthalmology.2014;98(5)612
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9Social capital, social relationships and adults with acquired visual impairment: a Nigerian perspective
Emmanuel Bassey,Caroline Ellison,Ruth Walker
Disability and Rehabilitation.2019;41(10)1169
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10The impact of ocular manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis on the health-related quality of life and the functional ability of black Africans
Richard Oluyinka Akintayo,Olufemi Oladipo Adelowo,Ochuko Egajifo,Rukayyah Abisoye Popoola,Gbenga Joshua Odunlami,Airenakho Emorinken,Babatunde Hakeem Olaosebikan
International Ophthalmology.2019;39(5)1003
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11Improving refractive outcomes in cataract surgery: A global perspective
Petros Aristodemou
World Journal of Ophthalmology.2014;4(4)140
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12Direct non-medical costs double the total direct costs to patients undergoing cataract surgery in Zamfara state, Northern Nigeria: a case series
Nazaradden Ibrahim,Francisco Pozo-Martin,Clare Gilbert
BMC Health Services Research.2015;15(1)140
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13Long-term efficiency of cataract surgery with hydrophilic acrylic Ioflex intraocular lens
Priscilla A. Jorge,Camila Ribeiro Koch,Delano Jorge,Newton Kara-Junior
Clinics.2017;72(9)543
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14Les profils de la déficience visuelle au centre hospitalier universitaire Yalgado Ouédraogo : à propos de 501 cas
A. Zabsonré/Ahnoux,A. Traoré,J.W. Diallo,S. Koussé,J. Sanou,N. Meda
Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie.2022;45(1)28
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15Low vision evaluation training in Nigeria: Time to improve human resource in developing countries
Adedayo Adio,Charles Bekibele,David Lewerenz,Linda Lawrence
British Journal of Visual Impairment.2021;39(2)147
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16Measuring literacy outcomes for the blind and for the deaf: Nationally representative results from Kenya
Benjamin Piper,Jennae Bulat,Dunston Kwayumba,John Oketch,Lilian Gangla
International Journal of Educational Development.2019;69(2)1
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17Presenting Visual Acuity and Ocular Comorbidity in Patients with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma in a Private Tertiary Eye Center in Nigeria
Roseline Duke,Ayodele Akinye,Soter Ameh
Journal of Current Glaucoma Practice.2013;7(1)6
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18Advanced glaucoma at presentation is associated with poor follow-up among glaucoma patients attending a tertiary eye facility in Southern Nigeria
Rita Omoso Momoh,Catey Bunce,Gregrey Agbonvihele Oko-oboh,Clare E. Gilbert
Ophthalmic Epidemiology.2018;25(3)266
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19The awareness, perceptions and experiences of primary open angle glaucoma patients in Lagos Nigeria
Chigozie Anuli Mbadugha,Adeola Olukorede Onakoya
Scientific Reports.2015;4(1)266
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20High-Fidelity Cataract Surgery Simulation and Third World Blindness
Ajay Singh,Glenn H. Strauss
Surgical Innovation.2015;22(2)189
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21Changing patterns of cataract services in North-West Nigeria: 2005–2016
Nasiru Muhammad,Mohammed Dantani Adamu,Mpyet Caleb,Nuhu Mohammed Maishanu,Aliyu Mohammed Jabo,Muhammad Mansur Rabiu,Covadonga Bascaran,Sunday Isiyaku,Allen Foster,James Fielding Hejtmancik
PLOS ONE.2017;12(8)e0183421
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22Strengths, challenges and opportunities of implementing primary eye care in Nigeria
Ada E Aghaji,Claire Gilbert,Nnenna Ihebuzor,Hannah Faal
BMJ Global Health.2018;3(6)e000846
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23Multilevel Analysis of Trachomatous Trichiasis and Corneal Opacity in Nigeria: The Role of Environmental and Climatic Risk Factors on the Distribution of Disease
Jennifer L. Smith,Selvaraj Sivasubramaniam,Mansur M. Rabiu,Fatima Kyari,Anthony W. Solomon,Clare Gilbert,Thomas M. Lietman
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.2015;9(7)e0003826
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