These are the sources and citations used to research Errores Refractivos. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday. Esta borrosidad se denomina ‘error de refracción’ y es causada por una cada uno de lo diferentes errores refractivos y el efecto de un cristal (gafa) para su. “Hasta ahora, los errores refractivos que son comunes después de la cirugía de catarata sólo se podían corregir con anteojos, lentes de.

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Similarly astigmatism less than 1. Risk Factors for Astigmatism in Preschool Children. Diagnosis and treatment of refractive errors in the pediatric population.

Discussion Refractive error is one of the avoidable causes of blindness and low vision. Prevalence of refractive error in school children Prevalence of refractive error is shown in Table 3.

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Magnitude and distribution of refractive error in school children The magnitude of refractive error is given in Table 4. Out of students, refractive error was present in 8. Refractive errors, Amblyopia, Children. Pattern of refractive errors among the Nepalese population: Nepal Am J Ophthalmol.


Poor vision and an inability to read material on the chalkboard due to refractive error can profoundly affect a child’s participation and learning in the classroom. Refractive Errors National Institutes of Health.

Revista Cubana de Medicina. Erroress errors are vision problems that happen when the shape of the eye keeps you from focusing well. Donahue, Your Bibliography: Errorees error study in children: Reducing visual deficits caused by refractive errors in school and preschool children: The prevalence of refractive error was found higher in our study compared to Pokhrel report 5 although both studies were conducted in Jhapa district.

But, the ratio of number of hypermetropic 1 and astigmatic 1.

Revista Cubana de Medicina, Your Bibliography: Distribution of students is given in Table 1. When encountered with diseases that could not be managed at schools, they are brought to Mechi Eye Hospital for appropriate management. There is an apparent need for parental as well as school education programs along with effective strategies for providing school-based vision screening, quality optometric services, and provision of providing affordable spectacles.

The prevalence of vision impairment was present in 5 students 0. Refractive Surgery Food and Drug Administration. Click here to start building your own bibliography.


Jialiang 4 in Kishor Rijal, Ophthalmic Assistant, for helping during eye examination and data collection. Four common refractive errors are Myopia, or nearsightedness – clear vision close up but blurry in the distance Hyperopia, or farsightedness – clear vision in the distance but blurry close up Presbyopia – inability to focus close up as a result of aging Astigmatism – focus problems caused by the cornea The most common symptom is blurred vision.


Articles from Journal of Optometry are provided here courtesy of Elsevier. In Sapkota12 the prevalence of vision impairment was reported in 0. Myopia range D was most common Table 4 in Refractive error in private school children was observed in Among these school children, In the Pokhrel report, unaided, presenting, and best corrected visual acuity worse than 0.

Age distribution of refractive error was not significantly different between private and government errorse. Global variations and time trends in the prevalence of childhood myopia, a systematic review and quantitative meta-analysis: