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Synonyms for uncorrected

left faulty or wrong

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not subjected to correction or discipline

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The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) research, published in the International Journal of Educational Research, found that children with uncorrected eye problems scored lower on literacy and numeracy tests.
3) Our objective is to discuss a case report of a schoolboy diagnosed with uncorrected truncus arteriosus and severe pulmonary hypertension undergoing an elective orthopedic procedure.
Uncorrected refractive error was the leading cause of moderate to severe visual impairment, affecting an estimated 101.
Globally, the top three causes of visual impairment are uncorrected refractive errors, cataract, and glaucoma, while top three causes of blindness are cataract, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration.
Uncorrected distant visual acuity and corrected distant visual acuity by snellens chart.
This year's theme, "Universal Eye Health," with the global call to action "No More Avoidable Blindness," underscores the challenge to sustain efforts in eliminating avoidable and preventable blindness from eye diseases such as cataract, diabetic retinopathy and uncorrected refractive errors.
HEHIR, Tim Julius and the Watchmaker Text Pub, 2013 384pp uncorrected proof $19.
Legal guidelines state driving with uncorrected, defective vision is an offence.
The Results: More than 1O% of those in the study had uncorrected visual acuity of 20/40 or worse.
We compared the corrected results with the uncorrected results from Table 2 in (1) for all sexes [corrected, 2.
The initiative is part of Specsavers' Drive Safe campaign which was launched to urge the Government to take action on driving with uncorrected vision.
According to the Guardian, the manuscripts, which were taken to the BNF on Monday in 13 protective boxes, are written in Casanova's second language of French and are the uncensored, uncorrected work of his Histoire de Ma Vie, which translates as Story of My Life.
We had to compare their uncorrected parts with their photos very carefully.
Huge economic gains would be realized if the more than 158 million people with uncorrected or under-corrected vision problems were provided with the proper eyeglasses, according to a recent study.