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is nearsightedness. A myopic eye can see near objects clearly.
Distant objects are seen clearly only with the help of glasses,
contact lenses or refractive eye surgery. Light entering the
eye focuses in front of the retina.
is farsightedness. A farsighted eye can see distant objects
more clearly than near objects, however, neither of them is
in crisp focus, especially after the age of forty. Farsightedness
can be corrected with glasses, contact lenses, or refractive
eye surgery. Light entering the eye focuses in front of the
is a condition that occurs when the cornea has more than one
curvature (like a football as opposed to a basketball). These
multiple curvatures bend light differently and blurred vision
is the result. Light entering the eye focuses on or in front
of the retina, multiple focal points.
eye cannot see near objects clearly when distance vision is
corrected with glasses or contact lenses. It usually occurs
after the age of forty. Presbyopia can be corrected with bifocal
glasses or reading glasses. It can also be corrected with
refractive eye surgery.