What is the characteristic of myopia in humans? In which part of the eye does a nearsighted person’s image focus? What is the difference between congenital and acquired forms of myopia?
1) myopia (myopia) – a disease of the organs of vision, in which a person does not distinguish well between distant objects
2) in a myopic person, the image of objects appears in front of the retina
3) with congenital myopia, the shape of the eyeball changes (lengthens)
4) acquired myopia is associated with a change (increase) in the curvature of the lens
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