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Myopia is a common eye condition that results in a patient seeing distant objects as blurred, despite seeing close objects very clearly.

Hypermetropia is a common eye condition that can result in blurred vision, particularly for near objects, but depending on the severity also affecting some distant vision.

Astigmatism is a very common imperfection in the curvature of the cornea which can cause blurred vision for distance and near.

Presbyopia is the term used to describe the need for reading glasses that usually occurs in middle-age as a result of ageing changes within the eye’s natural lens.

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