The World Health Organization recommends mass drug administration for infection control and should continue until the prevalence of trachomatous
inflammation-follicular in falls below 5% in subdistricts or community clusters.
The outcome of trachomatous
trichiasis surgery in Ethiopia: risk factors for recurrence.
Surgical correction of trachomatous
Patients with advanced trachomatous
complications like trichiasis and corneal opacity were excluded from the study.
We used a table of random numbers to randomly select 101 villagers, 1-65 years of age, who had follicular trachomatous
inflammation and/or intense trachomatous
inflammation and who resided in a trachoma-endemic region of the Lumbini Zone of southwestern Nepal.
Cost effectiveness and cost utility of preventing trachomatous
visual impairment: lessons from 30 years of trachoma control in Burma.
inflammation - The presence of five or more follicles ( greater than 0.
Having evaluated trachoma, commonly called "sore eyes," and other eye diseases among the Blackfeet in Montana, Fox found that 30 percent (351) were trachomatous
Koury then brought the "diseased" Syrians to Coffin, the physician who "monopolize[d] the treatment of Syrian trachomatous
Studies show that depending on the community, 10% to 30% of pregnant adolescents are infected with chlamydia trachomatous
(21) and suggest many more are probably infected with the human papilloma virus.