Recent Examples of nearsightedness from the Web
The latest evidence says that near-work is not to blame for nearsightedness.
In his case, this included muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, severe nearsightedness, hydrocephalus and intellectual disability.
Of the overall cases, 69 percent arose from simple uncorrected refractive errors, which include myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism (blurry vision up close, far away or both).
And the Raindrop hasn’t been studied in people who years ago underwent LASIK surgery to correct nearsightedness.
The new laser procedure is designed to treat nearsightedness in patients aged 22 and older.
His nearsightedness kept him from military service.
The killing inspired decades of social-science research; the show used the case as an ideal test for the characters’ own emotional nearsightedness.
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