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Myopia

In short sightedness, light from distant objects gets focused in front of the retina rather than on it. Myopia normally occurs when the eyeball is too long: however, it is sometimes caused by too much focusing power in the Lens system. The result is that the person can see close-up objects fine, but distant objects are blurry. Myopia can be corrected by use of a concave lens to diverge, or spread out light, so that when it passes through lens system, it will be focused on the retina.

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