Chirurgie du trichiasis trachomateux, 2e éd
Organisation mondiale de la Santé, Merbs, Shannath, Resnikoff, Serge, Kello, Amir Bedri, Mariotti, Silvio. et al. (2015). Chirurgie du trichiasis trachomateux, 2e éd. Organisation mondiale de la Santé. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/155230
Mise à jour des documents « Chirurgie du trichiasis trachomateux. Rotation bilamellaire du tarse » et « Évaluation fi nale des chirurgiens du trichiasis » WHO/PBL/93.29)
Other Language VersionsEnglish
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title and MeSH subject.
Khand ekar, R.; Kidiyur, S.; Al Raisi, A. (2004)The study was a prospective evaluation of the prevalence of distichiasis and /or dysplastic eyelashes among trachomatous trichiasis cases at the oculoplasty unit of a hospital in Oman over 3 months in 2000. An oculoplasty surgeon examined and photographed cases using a bio-microscope. Out of 80 cases, 58 [72.5%] had abnormal eyelashes in addition to trachomatous trichiasis. The rate of distichiasis and dysplastic lashes were 13.8% [95% CI 6.2%-21.3%] and 33.8% [95% CI 23.5%-44.1%] respectively; 25.0% [95% CI 15.5%-34.5%] had both. Dysplastic and ...
Lid surgery for trachomatous trichiasis is negatively associated with visual disabilities and visual impairment in Oman Khandekar, R.B.; Al Harby, S.S.; Vora, U.P. (2012)Oman is at the threshold of eliminating blinding trachoma. We conducted a community-based survey in 2009-10 to study the association of trachomatous trichiasis [TT] status with visual acuity and blindness among the Omani population aged 40+ years. A total of 8191 eyes were examined and participants' demographic data were collected. TT was absent in 7890 eyes but 227 of these eyes had had lid surgery for TT in the past. TT was detected in 301 eyes, for the first time in 154 eyes and following lid surgery in 147 eyes. The rate of blindness was ...