Visual Impairment and Its Impact on Health- Related Quality of Life in Adolescents
The mean total, physical, and psychosocial health scores of all adolescents were 83.6, 89.9, and 80.3 respectively.
Healthy adolescents with visual impairment reported statistically but not clinically lower total, psychosocial and school functioning scores.
Differences in total scores between high and low myopes compared with nonmyopes were not significant.
This article was identified as a reference for a VII-commissioned systematic review on the Impact of URE on Children.