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Longitudinal study of trachomatous trichiasis in the Gambia
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    Critical appraisal of Epilation for trichiasis

    Dear Editor,

    We have read with keen interest the article on trachomatous trichiasis by Bowman et al. We fully endorse the authors' observations that Trachoma and its sequelae are on the decline even in developing countries as we are witnessing similar trends in south-east Asia,particlarly India. However,we would like to raise a few pertinent issues.

    It is our considered opinion that self-epilation of tri...

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