Myopia was Tom Fogerty`s fourth solo album. It was released by Fantasy Records in 1974. The cover painting is called `One Beat of Dove`s Wing` by Paul Whitehead. ==Track list== All songs written by Tom Fogerty. ==Personnel== ...
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- (ophthalmology) eyesight abnormality resulting from the eye`s faulty refractive ability
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the eyes can focus very near but cannot focus in the distance.
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Nearsightedness. Images of distant objects are formed in front of the retina.
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the medical term for near-sightedness
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Short sightedness. Also known as â€œnearsightednessâ€?. It is a condition in which there is blurred vision of distant objects
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Our Myopia Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Myopia Myopia: Nearsightedness, the ability to see close objects more clearly than distant objects. Myopia can be caused by a longer-than-normal eyeball or by any condition that prevents light rays from focusing on the retina. Most forms of myopia can be managed
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[ New Latin See Myope
Nearsightedness; shortsightedness; a condition of the eye in which the rays from distant object are brought to a focus before they reach the retina, and hence form an indistinct image; while the rays from very near objects are normally con
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<ophthalmology> That error of refraction in which rays of light entering the eye parallel to the optic axis are brought to a focus in front of the retina, as a result of the eyeball being too long from front to back (axial myopia) or of an increased strength in refractive power of the media of the eye (index myopia). ... Also called nearsight
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(ophthalmology) eyesight abnormality resulting from the eye`s faulty refractive ability; distant objects appear blurred
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(M) (mi-o´pe-ә) a defect of vision consisting of an error of refraction in which rays of light entering the eye parallel to the optic axis are brought to a focus in front of the retina, so that vision for near objects is better than for far. This results from the eyeball being too long from ...
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• (n.) Nearsightedness; shortsightedness; a condition of the eye in which the rays from distant object are brought to a focus before they reach the retina, and hence form an indistinct image; while the rays from very near objects are normally converged so as to produce a distinct image. It is corrected by the use of a concave lens.Myopia: word
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visual abnormality in which the resting eye focuses the image of a distant object at a point in front of the retina (the light-sensitive layer of ... [3 related articles]
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(Gr. myein to shut + -opia) that error of refraction in which rays of light entering the eye parallel to the optic axis are brought to a focus in front of the retina, as a result of the eyeball being too long from front to back (axial m.) or of an increased strength in refractive power of the media of the eye (index m.). Called also nearsightednes.
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Myopia is a refractive defect of the eye. Myopia may also refer to: In Music Other uses ...
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Image © Nucleus Communications, Inc A visual defect in which distant objects appear blurred because their images are focused in front of the retina (the light-sensitive layer at the back of the eye). So-called simple myopia, or near-sightedness...
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myopia: see nearsightedness.
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Myopia, (short-sightedness), is a visual defect that causes blurred distance vision. Except in extreme cases, near vision remains clear. In most myopic people, the eyeball is longer than normal from front to back. As a result, light rays from a distant object meet in front of the retina.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: mī-ō′pē-ă Definitions: 1. That optic condition in which only rays from a finite distance from the eye focus on the retina. Synonyms: near sight, nearsightedness, short sight, shortsightedness
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Defect of the eye in which a person can see clearly only those objects that are close up. It is caused either by the eyeball being too long or by the cornea and lens system of the eye being too powerful, both of which cause the images of distant objects to be formed in front of the retina instead of on it. Nearby objects are sharply perceived. Myop
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Short-sightedness often requiring glasses
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SHORTsighted; enhanced ability to see close objects, inability to focus on distant objects. This occurs when one's eyeball is too long or too big for the focusing system of the eye, or when the eye's focusing mechanism is too strong (excess positive diopter), thus causing light rays to focus in front of the retina, making far objects appear blurry.
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'Short sight', in simple terms the eye is too long or refractive power of the eye is too
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(mi-o;pe-ua) A visual defect in which objects may be seen distinctly only when very close to the eyes; also called nearsightedness.
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