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Hyperopia

In long sightedness, light is focused behind the retina rather than on it. Hyperopia usually happens when the eyeball is too short or when the focusing power of the Lens system is too weak. The result is that the person can see distant objects reasonably, but close up objects are blurry. Hyperopia objects can be corrected by the use of a convex lens to concentrate or converge light so that when it passes through the lens system it comes to focus on the retina.

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