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Hyperopia (Long-sightedness)

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - What it is

Hyperopia (long-sightedness or far-sightedness) occurs when a person is able to see objects far away but where near vision (reading) is poor. Like other refractive errors, hyperopia occurs when the eye is unable to focus light rays accurately on the seeing part of the eye – the retina.

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - Symptoms

Hyperopia (Long-sightedness) - How to prevent?

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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