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Differences Between Hyperopia And Presbyopia

Introduction In common cases, people are confused with hyperopia and presbyopia. Both can cause difficulty in reading and fine work. Presbyopia and hyperopia are actually two different eye problems. Any objects will be clear if the image formed on the retina. There are three components of the eye that helps …

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Alternating Squint

What is squint? Squintis a condition in which both eyes are not aligned when looking towards an object. What is alternating squint? Alternating squint refers to a condition where the patient has a squint in either eye alternately. One eye is used to see objects at a time and then …

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Intermittent Squint

SOMETIMES SQUINT, SOMETIMES NOT Complaints of a mother…. “I noticed sometimes my son’s eye is squint. When he looks at an object, his right eye will looks towards the object but his left eye seems to ogle aside. This often happens when my child was sick, daydreaming or when he …

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Myopia (Shortsighted / Nearsightedness)

Introduction Myopia is a significant global public health concern since few decades, which were affecting 85% to 90% of young adults in some Asian countries such as Singapore and Taiwan. In a survey of school children in Malaysia, found prevalence of myopia was 42% Chinese and 15% Malay. Definition myopia …

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Proper Care Of Contact Lenses

Introduction Wearing contact lens offers a lot of advantages and it is easy to use. Following some simple advices and precautions can make sure you get the best out of your lenses. Start-off right by going to your optometrist or contact lens practitioner to get a thorough eye examination. This …

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