LALESLos Angeles Latino Eye Study (California; National Eye Institute and the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities)
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According to our findings, as shown in Graph 1, the prevalence of cataracts is higher than expected in Puerto Ricans when compared to the Latino population of the LALES (3) (p< 0.
However, the LALES reported a prevalence of macular degeneration of 4.
LALES enrolled 6,357 Latinos, primarily of Mexican ancestry,, who were 40 years or older from six census tracts in the Los Angeles area.