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Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness)

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - What it is

Myopia (short-sightedness or near-sightedness) is a condition in which a person is able to see near objects well (when reading a book or working on the computer) but has difficulty seeing objects that are far away (road signs or bus numbers). Myopia occurs when the eye is unable to focus light rays accurately on the seeing part of the eye, the retina.

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - Symptoms

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - How to prevent?

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - Diagnosis

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - Preparing for surgery

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - Post-surgery care

Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness) - Other Information

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