Vision Symptoms Overview
There are various types of vision symptoms that affect the vision in various ways. Difficulty focusing may include short-sightedness, long-sightedness, or astigmatism. Other visual difficulties may include double vision, cloudy vision, poor peripheral vision, and many other possibilities. Vision symptoms need immediate medical diagnosis as some of the causes can be a medical emergency, such as stroke, glaucoma, and others.
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- Myopia: Myopia is called near-sightedness in the USA and short-sightedness elsewhere in the English-speaking world. It a vision disorder
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- Hyperopia: Hyperopia, or far-sightedness, is a vision disorder with normal long vision but difficulty with items that are close. Differential
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- Astigmatism: Astigmatism is an eye disorder where there is irregular differences in the field of vision. The disorder is similar to
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- Medical Emergency Conditions: A medical emergency requires immediate professional medical care, with the calling of ambulance or other emergency services. Emergency first aid
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- Stroke: A stroke is a brain event that is a medical emergency. If you are concerned that you or someone with
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