Abstract

A high prevalence of astigmatism has been documented among school-age members of some Native American peoples, including the Cheyenne,1 Crow,1 Navajo,2–4 Pueblo,5 Sioux,6,7 Tohono O’Odham8, and Zuni.3

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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