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What are the types of blindness
 

These are:

 

Economic blindness:

As described above

Social blindness:

Vision 3/60 or diminution of field of vision to 10

Manifest blindness:

Vision 1/60 to just perception of light

Absolute blindness:

No perception of light

Curable blindness:

That stage of blindness where the damage is reversible by prompt management e.g. cataract

Preventable blindness:

The loss of blindness that could have been completely prevented by institution of effective preventive or prophylactic measures e.g.   xerophthalmia, trachoma, and glaucoma

 

Avoidable blindness:

The sum total of preventable or curable blindness is often referred to as avoidable blindness.

 

 

 

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