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Myopia is a refractive error of the eyeball, in which the image of objects is incorrectly focused, which causes the vision of distant objects to be blurred, but the vision of nearby objects is quite clear.

Causes: Myopia can derive from different causes, almost always hereditary, the most common of which is caused by an elongated eyeball (axial myopia). The incident light does not fall on the retina, but before it, which causes vision to become blurred. In rarer cases, it can cause refractive myopia: the length of the eyeball is normal, but the cornea or lens is too curved and, therefore, the image appears before the retina, making it blurry.

Monitor your ocular symptoms and have a diagnosis carried out by an accredited optometrist so as not to compromise what could be an easy to overcome refractive result. Visual examinations are essential to detect possible refractive defects and, consequently, correct them by identifying their exact prescription and the type of lens suitable for each case. accredited in order not to compromise what could be a refractive result that is easy to overcome . Visual examinations are essential to detect any refractive defects and, consequently, correct them by identifying their exact prescription and the type of lenses suitable for each case.