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Lentricular Astigmatism Causes

June 12, 2011

What is lentricular astigmatism and how is it different from corneal astigmatism? The difference is in which part of the eye is being affected. Lentricular astigmatism is the result of a misshapen or scared lens, whereas corneal astigmatism is the result of a misshapen or scared cornea. The cornea and the lens work together to [...]

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Lentricular Astigmatism Symptoms

June 12, 2011

The only difference between lentricular astigmatism and corneal astigmatism is the part of the eye that is misshapen or otherwise injured. With a corneal astigmatism the cornea of the eye is either oblong rather than spherical like that of a healthy cornea, or has sustained some sort of soft tissue injury that has attributed to [...]

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Lentricular Astigmatism Treatments

June 12, 2011

Most people have heard of the refractive eye conditions near and farsightedness, some of us have even heard of the degenerative eye condition glaucoma, and while most of us have heard of astigmatism few actually know what it is and how it happens to the majority of us. For example did you know that there [...]

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What is Lenticular Astigmatism?

June 12, 2011

Astigmatism occurs when the surface of your eye has more curvature in one direction than in another, resulting in an inability to focus on an image and blurring the vision. Astigmatism is the most common vision disorder to affect adults ages eighteen to eighty five, and as a result treatment options are multiple and affective. [...]

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