Economic impact of treating presbyopia in the developing world.
Over 1 billion people worldwide have presbyopia, and 50% of them are uncorrected.
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- Influence of uncorrected refractive error and unmet refractive error on visual impairment in a Brazilian population
- Thématique Santé visuelle développée au CHRU Montpellier et INSERM 1061
- Visual Impairment, Optical Correction, and Their Impact on Activity Limitations in Elderly Persons: The POLA Study