A Third of Reviews of Corneal-Disease Treatments Not Reliable

Source: Reuters

A third of the systematic reviews of corneal-disease treatments are unreliable, according to a new study, Reuters reports.

“The present investigation reveals a cause for concern. It contributes to the evidence that only a fraction of systematic reviews in ophthalmology are deemed to be reliable (subspecialty-specific estimates range from 28% to 70%),” write Dr. Ian J. Saldanha of Brown University School of Public Health in Providence, Rhode Island, and colleagues.

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