Comment on: Vision screening services in special needs schools in Western Saudi Arabia.
Algethami MR, Raffa LH, Alhibshi RH, Baabdullah MY, Alobudi AH. Vision screening services in special needs schools in Western Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med J 2019; Vol. 40: 385-390.
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