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tegy followed for prevention of blindness secondary to diabetic retinopathy involves screening of those individuals who are at high risk. These high risk groups are identified usin

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2013-03-16 17:23:54
The screening strategy for prevention blindness from diabetic retinopathy according NPCB involves Opportunistic screeningb High Risk Screening Mass screeningd Screening Primary PhysicianAccording toNational Programme for ControlBlindnessscreening strategy followed for preventionblindness secondary diabetic retinopathy involves screeningthose individuals who high risk These high risk groups identified using ophthalmoscopy and fundus photographyReference:1 Ophthalmology Khurana Pages 426-4332 Concise TextbookOphthalmology Sharma Pages 208-2113 Park TextbookSocial and Preventive Medicine 19th Edition Pages 360-362
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