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eyesight

(ī′sīt′)
n.
1. The faculty of sight; vision.
2. Range of vision; view.

eyesight

Vision.

Patient discussion about eyesight

Q. Does eyesight always decrease with age? I am 45 years old and never had glasses. All my friends are starting to wear reading glasses. Should I expect this too?

A. This is what usually happens; your eyesight deteriorates as you get older. Here is a link to a few things you can do in order to protect your eyesight:
http://www.nia.nih.gov/HealthInformation/Publications/eyes.htm

Q. Should I have eye laser surgery? I am 17 and have been wearing glasses since I was a kid. I was thinking of having an eye laser surgery in order to fix my eyesight. What are the risks?

A. i had the surgery done almost a year and a half ago, i love it,the risk is minamal,do it,u won"t regret it,i now have 20/15 vision, and i was blind as a bat before,20/15 is over perfect vision!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The purpose of this study was to describe and compare visual perceptual and school related motor-based functional skills that are affected by visual perception in children with hemiplegic CP and age matched control children.
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