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Why do poor children squint?

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From a birth cohort of 14 541 children in Avon, southwest England data on visual problems were available from 7825 children at the age of 7 years (C Williams and colleagues. British Journal of Ophthalmology 2008;92:959–64). The prevalence of manifest strabismus was 2.3%, of past or present …

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