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myopia 

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness or short-sightedness, is an eye defect in which light entering the front part of the eye focuses in front of the retina instead of on the retina. This causes blurring of the vision. The person can however see closer objects clearly. People with myopia generally have a difficulty in watching the movie screens or TVs. . . .+

What is Short-sightedness?

What is Short-sightedness?

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Short-sightedness or myopia or near-sightedness is a common eye disorder in which the distant objects appear blurred. It is estimated to affect 1 in every 3 persons in UK and the prevalence is growing. The condition may be mild requiring no treatment. . . .

Facts About Myopia

Facts About Myopia

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If you are myopic, you have trouble seeing far off things clearly. People with undiagnosed myopia may have headaches and strains from struggling to clearly see the things at the distance. It is caused when the eyeball is too long or too curved. It. . . .

What You Should Know About Myopia?

What You Should Know About Myopia?

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Nearsightedness is a common eye problem and perhaps the most common refractive error of the eye. Recently, myopia is found to have increased significantly. National Eye Institute conducted a survey and found that the prevalence of Myopia in the United. . . .

Symptoms and Treatment of Myopia

Symptoms and Treatment of Myopia

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Nearsightedness may develop and progress gradually or rapidly and can often worsen in childhood and adolescence. It can be genetically linked. It can be diagnosed with a basic eye test. You can correct it with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Another. . . .

Complications post Treatment

Complications post Treatment

patient story

Who knew that LASIK can distort the vision? Everything looks blurry. Even glasses do not help. My view of the world is like it is images drawn on the board and somebody smudged them with an eraser. I gave up driving at night. I cannot see clearly at. . . .