...... myopia ( nearsightedness ) hyperopia ( farsightedness
) astigmatism (asymmetrical cornea ) ... ... Soft contact lenses are used to correct farsightedness
, nearsightedness , and some kinds of ... between the two eyes from nearsightedness , farsightedness
, or astigmatism . In addition, all of these ...
... ... Crossed eyes . Some children with farsightedness
may develop crossed eyes . Frequently this can ... eyeglasses that correct for part or all of the farsightedness
. Reduced quality of life. Crossed eyes ( ... ( crossed eyes ), different refractive errors ( farsightedness
, nearsightedness , astigmatism ) in the two ...
can be associated with several problems, such as: Crossed eyes . Some children with farsightedness
may develop crossed eyes . farsightedness
Related Category: Pathology or hyperopia , ...
... Hyperopia : farsightedness
; the ability to see distant objects more clearly ... Pathology (h´´pr´p): see farsightedness
. hyperopia - Commonly known as farsightedness
, hyperopia is the refractive error in which an ...
... vision problems, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness
. Vision correction surgery can benefit ... with myopia ( nearsightedness ), hyperopia ( farsightedness
), and astigmatism . These conditions include ... between the two eyes from nearsightedness , farsightedness
, ... a high degree of nearsightedness ...
... diagnose and treat visual conditions such as nearsightedness , farsightedness
, astigmatism and presbyopia ; and to prescribe glasses, contact ... return to normal and this change is sometimes noticed by the patient as farsightedness
. Because of this, diabetics should wait until their blood sugar is ...
... Update Date: 7/4/2001 ... Myopia ( nearsightedness ) Hyperopia ( farsightedness
) Astigmatism (asymmetrical cornea ) Presbyopia (inability to focus ... of the cornea and lens . myopia ( nearsightedness ) hyperopia ( farsightedness
) astigmatism (asymmetrical cornea ) presbyopia (inability to focus ...
... congenital cataract and retinoblastoma (a malignancy of the retina ). refractive error between the two eyes from nearsightedness , farsightedness
, or astigmatism . Less common causes of amblyopia include ptosis (drooping) of one eyelid, disease of the cornea (preventing light from ...
... hydrocephalus other disorders that affect the brain Disease s that cause partial or total blindness can cause strabismus . So can extreme farsightedness
, cataracts , eye injury , or having much better vision in one eye than the other. Hydrocephalus An abnormal accumulation of fluid ...
... LTK (laser thermal keratoplasty) procedure Noninvasive laser therapy which reshapes the cornea of the eye for correction of hyperopia ( farsightedness
), presbyopia (aged-related loss of focus) and overcorrection from PRK and LASIK procedures. Surgical treatment s include cryosurgery , ...
... paralysis familial polyp osis coli familial tremor family history family physician family practice physician family predisposition farsightedness
... explained why vitamins and mineral supplements wouldn't help. Convex, or plus, lenses are thicker in the middle than at the sides to correct farsightedness
( hyperopia ) or presbyopia . Vision correction surgery will usually not benefit people with presbyopia (the inability to see objects up ...