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09 Sep 2019
Contrast sensitivity (CS) testing is an important measure of visual function reflecting variations in everyday visual experience in different conditions and helps to identify more subtle vision loss. However, it is only infrequently used. To make this more accessible, this study developed and validated a smartphone-based CS test.
Grading
06 Sep 2019
This study assessed the incremental financial cost to the national program of TIS, TSS, and TT-only surveys, which are standardized cluster-sampled prevalence surveys.
Mapping, surveillance and prevalence, Trichiasis
02 Sep 2019
This graph shows the total doses on Zithromax shipped and projected for trachoma elimination programs for 1999-2020.
Antibiotics, GET2020
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02 Sep 2019
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Key messages for the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region from the GET2020 database as at 11 March 2019.
GET2020
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02 Sep 2019
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Key messages from the GET2020 database as at 11 March 2019. 
GET2020
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02 Sep 2019
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This map shows global trachoma data from the GET2020 database as at 11 March 2019.
GET2020
27 Aug 2019
This study evaluates the association of epilation before surgery on the surgical outcome in trachomatous trichiasis (TT) patients.
Trichiasis
27 Aug 2019
In 2009 Ghana began to design a trachoma pre-validation surveillance plan, based on then-current WHO recommendations. The plan aimed to identify active trachoma resurgence and identify and manage trichiasis cases, through both active and passive surveillance approaches. This paper outlines and reviews the adaptations made by Ghana between 2011 and 2016. The assessment will provide a learning...
Elimination, Mapping, surveillance and prevalence, Trichiasis
20 Aug 2019
This study sought to determine whether M. sorbens females were attracted to volatile odours from human faeces in preference to odours from the faeces of other animals, and to determine whether specific volatile semiochemicals mediate selection of the faeces.

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