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Refractive errors found in patient at ages 24, 25, and 26 years at the Pacific University Optometry Clinic

18 May 1966


The purpose of this paper was to find the refractive error of patients of the clinic of Optometry, Pacific University, whose ages were 24, 25 or 26 years. The total number of patients was 510, of which 231 were females and 279 were males. There were six monocular patients, three males and three females. The total number of "seeing" eyes was 1014 of which 459 were females and 555 were males.


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