Hyperopia

It is an alteration in vision due to the fact that the eye is smaller than normal, which causes the image to form virtually behind the retina, being blurred. It typically causes headaches, accommodative strabismus, and blurred vision from afar and especially up close.

Patients with severe farsightedness often have a narrow anterior chamber, which predisposes them to acute acute angle glaucoma.

The presence of a family history of farsightedness and / or lazy eye is a risk factor for having this ametropia.

Diagnosis of hyperopia

Treatment of hyperopia