Thursday, June 21, 2018

hyperopia -

Hyperopia or farsightedness is an eye refractive disorder in which the shadow of the incoming rays of the eye falls behind the retina. This can be caused by an eyeball too short or less corneal curvature.  Patients with this eye disorder can not read at a normal distance (30 cm) and should keep the reading material clear for reading. Patients will also be difficult to perform activities that require high accuracy. Improved vision can be done by wearing glasses with a positive spherical lens (convex).