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Ocular infections Trachoma in History The word "trachoma", derived from ancient Greek, means rough eye , presumably due to the cobblestone appearance of the conjunctivae ...
Ocular infections Trachoma: Prevention of Blindness Introduction In the mid 1990s, WHO announced a program called 2020, to tackle the world's major causes of blindness ...
Ocular infections Pathology of trachoma. The following table summarizes differences in the histology of acute (active) trachoma and chronic scarring disease. The ...
Ocular infections Pathogenesis of trachoma In a community with endemic or hyperendemic trachoma, individuals from early childhood are exposed to repeated ocular re ...
Ocular infections Introduction to trachoma Trachoma is a chronic conjunctivitis caused by intra cellular infection of epithelial cells with Chlamydia trachomatis ...
Trachoma Introduction Clinical grading Prevalence Pathogenesis Pathology Transmission: Flies Transmission: by Family Prevention ...
Trachoma epidemiology: Prevalence Trachoma is a disease of poverty, with some 6 million people afflicted by trachoma induced blindness or severe visual loss in some ...
Trachoma Epidemiology Transmission: The role of families The importance of the family in sustaining trachoma was demonstrated by Barenfanger, 1975 who compared two ...
Ocular infections Trachoma in Pictures Clinical grading. Trachoma is a clinical diagnosis, made by examining the conjunctivae of the eye in good light using a 2 ...
Epidemiology of trachoma Transmission: The role of flies. Trachoma is caused by the eye to eye transmission of infection with Chlamydiaceae. Traditionally eye seeking ...
Neonatal conjunctivitis and pneumonia due to C. trachomatis Neonatal conjunctivitis, often known by its Latin name of Ophthalmia neonatorum, is a conjunctivitis ...
Inclusion conjunctivitis in adults Inclusion conjunctivitis in adults usually presents with a history of several weeks or months of a red, irritable eye with a sticky ...
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