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Hyperopia (Long-sightedness)

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Symptoms

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - How to prevent?

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Causes and Risk Factors

What causes hyperopia?
Usually, this is caused by the eyeball being too short, causing light rays to focus behind the retina. Very young children may be hyperopic due to their small eyeballs, but their hyperopia lessens as their eyeball grows larger with time. Adult hyperopia is increasingly rare.

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Diagnosis

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Preparing for surgery

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Post-surgery care

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Other Information

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