3 Common Refractive Errors Explained

31 March 2015
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Refractive errors impact on your eyesight over time and are diagnosed when you have a routine eye examination. If you have a refractive error, light cannot reach the retina in the back of your eyes at the optimum angle for perfect vision. Instead, an abnormality in a part of your eye that helps you focus on images, such as the cornea or lens, causes light to enter your eye from a different angle than it should. Read More