Comm Eye Health Vol. 16 No. 46 2003. Published online 01 June, 2003

The retina

Retinal disease is likely to become more common in the developing world. Treatment of retinal conditions is improving, and may be cost effective, even in a developing world eye clinic. Equipment, although still expensive, is now much more suitable for use in a developing country. However, a significant limitation remains the shortage of skilled personnel.

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