Leprosy and the eye
Author : Dr Margreet Hogeweg
A slides/text teaching set includes 24 colour slides (46 photographs/illustrations) and a handbook/text of 40 pages.
Up to 100,000 persons could be blind as a consequence of leprosy. However, if associated age-related cataract is also considered the total of blind persons with leprosy will be many more.
This slides/handbook set provides a practical tool for teaching health workers how to recognise and refer leprosy patients with eye disease. It also sets out the measures necessary for the treatment of eye disease in leprosy.
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News and notices in Comm Eye Health Vol. 14 No. 38 2001 –
- Learning resources on onchocerciasis
- Cataract surgical rate workers
- The International Council of Ophthalmology assessments for ophthalmologists
- Community Eye Health Courses 2001/2002
- Inclusive education for children with visual impairments. A guide for non-formal schools
- Leprosy and the eye
- Royal College of Ophthalmologists