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  1. ... to the point where you can't see well enough to read, it may be helpful to learn Braille while you are still able to see. People with vision worse than 20/200, with glasses or contact lenses, are considered legally blind in most states in ...
  2. ... a halo around lights.</li> <li>Not being able to see well at night</li> ... lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. Wearing sunglasses and a hat ...
  3. ... prescription strength for your eyes, you will need to see an ophthalmologist or optician. Bifocal or multifocal contact lenses are also an option for people with presbyopia. Like with the glasses, these contact lenses have different zones for looking ...
  4. ... This condition is called presbyopia . Reading glasses, bifocal glasses, or ... light. Problems with glare, brightness, and darkness may make you give ...
  5. ... vision loss that cannot be completely corrected with glasses or contact ... eyeball may appear to be completely missing; however, even in these cases ...
  6. ... percentage of patients who would require further intervention to achieve ... lenses) and surgical (laser vision correction, incision corneal surgery, ...
  7. ... picture of the opacity lens reflected in your glasses and watch it grow. I remember my ophthalmologist Dempsey saying "Paul you just have to get used to being a one eyed individual". He didn't hold out any hope for contact lenses or anything. Some people can't tolerate them of ...
  8. ... the same time the requester does, we are able to make phone calls to explain ... of difficulties with vocabulary and other problems that are expected in ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - Eye defects : how to detect and correct them 
    Publication: New York : Spencer Optical Mfg. Co., [1898?]
    ... manifest hyper- metropia ; so that the eye is able to see well at a distance either with or without glasses. Field of vision���the space in which objects can be perceived. Franklin glasses���(see bifocals.) Glasses for far-sight ; the strongest lenses with which the person has just as good ...
  10. ... accommodation. Such persons complain that they can read well enough for a time, but soon fail to be able to see distinctly. This kind of weak sight should always lead to examination of the eyes by an oculist, to see if glasses are needed; otherwise severe neuralgic pains about the ...
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