LOW VISION: Eyeglasses or contact lenses
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Eyes Introduction Human Eye Protective Structures Functioning Eye Comparative Anatomy Eye Diseases Eye Bank

Vision THE MECHANICS OF VISION VISUAL ACUITY VISION DISORDERS Nearsightedness Farsightedness Astigmatism
Blindness DEFINING BLINDNESS Color Blindness MAJOR CAUSES OF BLINDNESS
Cataract Trachoma Conjunctivitis Glaucoma Glaucoma - CAUSE Glaucoma - SYMPTOMS AND DIAGNOSIS Glaucoma - TREATMENT ACUTE GLAUCOMA Macular Degeneration
EDUCATION OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED TOOLS FOR VISUAL REHABILITATION Ophthalmology LOW VISION
Eyeglasses CONTACT LENSES PROTECTIVE AND HISTORY EYEGLASSES
Circulatory system Respiratory system Endocrine system Digestive system
RESPIRATORY DISEASES
LIVER LIVER DISEASES FUNCTIONS OF THE LIVER STRUCTURE OF THE LIVER



LOW VISION


 Faulty vision that cannot be corrected by eyeglasses or contact lenses is called low vision. A variety of tools are available to help a person with low vision read and work. Some people with low vision are helped with magnifier glasses in the form of eyeglasses or hand-held glasses that enlarge type in books and newspapers.

 Computer users can benefit from closed-circuit television-reading machines that use a zoom lens to enlarge print on a computer monitor. Printers also create text in large type that is easier to read. And some computers are equipped with a voice output that reads the text aloud.



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