Myopia. Content. Definition Causes Incidence Risk factors Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Complications Prevention Conclusion. Definition. Myopia Shortsightedness Refractive. Causes. Pathological myopia Secondary myopia Pseudomyopia Cataracts Keratoconus Premature birth Genes. Incidence. Myopia - the most common refractive error. Risk factors. Family history Close work Rapid growth. Symptoms. Nearsightedness symptoms may. A child with nearsightedness may Persistently squint Need to sit closer to the television. Signs and tests. A nearsighted person. Tonometry- eye pressure measurement Refraction test. Examination. Visit your doctor! Adults An initial. Eyeglasses. Contact lenses. Refractive surgery.  Laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK). Complications. Reduced quality of life Eyestrain Impaired safety Glaucoma Retinal tear and detachment. Prevention. There is no way to prevent nearsightedness. Myopia is common.

Myopia - the most common refractive error. Almost all babies are near-sighted. Later, the eye grows, myopia often disappear.

Myopia is common eye Main causes of myopia are Symptoms of myopia in adult is Some complications due to condition can occur It can be fixed using.

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