The Sense Of Sight : Stock Photo
The Sense Of Sight : Stock Photo

The Sense Of Sight

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UNDATED PHOTO: An African Ministry of Health worker with opthamology training, Sidney Katala, examines a child for signs of tracoma 1992 in Kongwa, Tanzania. Six out of every ten children are infected in this region of Africa - they spread the disease as they play, and flies, which may alight on their tears, are also carriers. The microrganism responsible for tracoma is Chlamydia, and it is most prevalent in hot, dry places where there is poor sanitation.

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