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Myopia is a refractive defect or error in visual focusing. Images are focused in front of the retina and not on it, making long distance vision difficult.

A myopic person sees objects clearly if they are close up, but blurred if they are at a distance.

If the refractive defect is greater than eight dioptres, it is referred to as high myopia, which can involve serious specific visual risks and complications.

For more information on this refractive error, click on this link.

How to act?

  • Full ophthalmic check-up and eyesight test every year (high myopia)
  • Myopia cannot be cured, but can be corrected by wearing glasses or contact lenses. People who prefer not to wear glasses or contact lenses can opt for refractive surgery.


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