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Use of vision tests in clinical decision making about cataract surgery: results of a national survey
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    Video glass based vision testing for Home / School vision testing may make testing complete

    Vision testing is a very tedious process. If a complete testing including contrast testing,colour testing,amsler test,glare test,speed of reading and other tests are undertaken it may take a lot of time.It is a reality that even today visual acuity testing alone is the deciding factor for undertaking cataract surgery. It has been noted by some authors that lack of government-funded routine eye examinations is associated w...

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