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“…This is in agreement with several studies (5,11,12) . In a retrospective cross-sectional study by Salai et al (5) , who examined 100 patients to assess the epidemiology of glaucoma at the University Hospital of Santa Catarina (HU-UFSC), female subjects were also more likely to be affected (59%).…”
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“…This is in agreement with several studies (5,11,12) . In a retrospective cross-sectional study by Salai et al (5) , who examined 100 patients to assess the epidemiology of glaucoma at the University Hospital of Santa Catarina (HU-UFSC), female subjects were also more likely to be affected (59%).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…In a retrospective cross-sectional study by Salai et al (5) , who examined 100 patients to assess the epidemiology of glaucoma at the University Hospital of Santa Catarina (HU-UFSC), female subjects were also more likely to be affected (59%). Silva et al (11) in a cross-sectional study with 146 patients seen at the Glaucoma Unit of the University Hospital of the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), also found the same pattern, with 52.7% of females and 47.3% of males. Demarco et al (12) , in a study on 100 patients seen at the Glaucoma Unit of Hospital de Base in São José do Rio Preto/SP, also found 58% of female patients.…”
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“…Assessing subjects with regard to previous eye examination and their knowledge about glaucoma nostic methods. Studies on patients of low educational level found that 61.1% of subjects who never attended school and 50.5% of those with up to 4 years of schooling knew little or nothing about glaucoma (2) . A lack of knowledge was also found about glaucoma, its prevention, treatment, and prognosis, stressing the need for frequent glaucoma prevention campaigns (2,6) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Studies on patients of low educational level found that 61.1% of subjects who never attended school and 50.5% of those with up to 4 years of schooling knew little or nothing about glaucoma (2) . A lack of knowledge was also found about glaucoma, its prevention, treatment, and prognosis, stressing the need for frequent glaucoma prevention campaigns (2,6) . Whereas glaucoma is one of the leading causes of preventable blindness in the adult population, in order to reduce the risk of blindness from glaucoma a strategy needs to be developed that encourages early diagnosis in the community.…”
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