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This international, peer-reviewed journal is an official publication of the Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA). It is devoted to bring together, for its specialised audience, up-to-date clinical and scientific research information and novel developments in the broad fields of Optometry and Health Sciences, providing a medium for their rapid publication and facilitate greater understanding among researchers. In the upcoming edition, in addition to its traditional publishing protocols, the journal will feature an online publication on NOA website, www.noang.org.  To reach a worldwide audience, the full text is published at http://www.ajol.info/ajol/ .  Authors of successfully published works will also be presented with a Certificate of Publication by the NOA.

Vol 20, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

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Bernadine Nsa Ekpenyong 5
Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Damian C. Echendu 6-13
Age, Amplitude of Accommodation and Near Addition Power of Adult Nigerians EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G O Ovenseri-Ogbomo, E Nosakhoro 14-19
Effect of Combined Intake of Garcinia Kola and Ascorbic Acid on Intraocular Pressure of Normotensive Nigerians. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S. E Egbeahie, F.K. Idu, N. C. Chidi-Egboka 20-29
Barriers to Accessing Good Eye Care Services in Nigeria: A Focus on Anambra State. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R .S. Okoye, L. Bell, I. Papadopoulos 30-37
Prevalence of Concomitant Onchocerciasis-Malaria Infection in Ahani-Achi Community, Enugu State, Nigeria. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.U. Akujobi, G,I. Nwakamma, G.E. Ejidike, J.E. Obioma-Elemba, C. Vincent C.C. Chinelo, O.A. Akogu 38-44
Rehabilitation for Independent Living: Challenges and Priorities of Visually Impaired Older People in Urban Nigeria Corresponding Author: EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P. E. Okonji, D. C. Ogwezzy 45-54
Ophthalmic Skills Assessment of Primary Health Care Workers at Primary Health Care Facilities in Rural Communities in Cross River State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.N. Ekpenyong, N.C. Osuchukwu, O.A. Ndep, A.O. Ezenwankwo, O. Emmanuel 55-59
Case Study: Contact Lens Fitting in the Presence of Corneal Ectasia Post Penetrating Keratoplasty and Cataract Surgery EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L.E Masiwa, R.W Mhizha 60-63
Barriers to Accessing Eye Care Services in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H.O. Ibeneche, B.N. Ekpenyong, A. Ebri 64-69
Prevalence of Ocular Trauma among Paediatrics and Geriatrics: A Hospital based Study in Abia State Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G.C. Ihesiulor, O.C. Ahuama, C.C. Onyeachu, U.A. Ubani, C.O. Timothy, C. Anonaba, A. Ezeigbo, A. Ebere, S. Ndukauba 70-76
Relationship between Central Corneal Thickness, Vitreous Chamber Depth and Axial Length of Adults in a Nigerian Population. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E. Iyamu, J.O. Okukpon 77-85


ISSN: 0795-0039
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