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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Year : 1989  |  Volume : 37  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 173-175

School eye health appraisal


The Tarabai Rotary Eye Hospital, E-22, Shastri Nagar, Behind Sardarpura Head Post Offiice,Jodhpur342 001, India

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N C Desai
The Tarabai Rotary Eye Hospital, E-22, Shastri Nagar, Behind Sardarpura Head Post Offiice,Jodhpur342 001
India
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School children form an important large target group which must be screened adequately for early detection of eye diseases and prevention of blindness. A total approach in a school eye health programme must include teacher orientation and health education of children in addition to screening for eye diseases. The ocular morbidity pattern in 5135 school children of Jodhpur is discussed in this paper and it is hoped that it will be an indicator to all eye care agencies to help plan their priorities in the delivery of school based eye care.


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