Changing patterns in global blindness: 1988-2008
Over the last twenty years, the causes of blindness have changed in proportion and actual number. Cataract has remained the major cause of blindness globally. The numbers of people blinded by trachoma, onchocerciasis, and vitamin A deficiency have tended to decrease.
Articles in this issue –
- Changing patterns in global blindness: 1988–2008
- Cataract surgery at Aravind Eye Hospitals: 1988–2008
- Onchocerciasis and trachoma control: what has changed in the past two decades?
- Twenty years of childhood blindness: what have we learnt?
- Eye health in the future: what are the challenges for the next twenty years?
- New developments in age-related macular degeneration
- The Community Eye Health Journal: twenty years on