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Related to long-sightedness: farsighted, hyperopia, hyperopic, hypermetropia

long-sighted

related to or suffering from hyperopia
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The treatment will see millions of Britons, who suffer from long-sightedness, have their vision fully restored.
The opposite defect of myopia is farsightedness or long-sightedness this is where the cornea is too flat or the eye is too short.
The conference also discusses some eye diseases, such as, short-sightedness, long-sightedness, glaucoma, as well as, the influence of diabetes on the eye and the methods of early diagnosis.
may be short, but it is quite remarkable, thanks to the long-sightedness of a small group of teachers of voice and speech who, in 1986, created the Voice and Speech Trainers Association.
Given the rapid changes our societies are undergoing, the need for long-sightedness is more urgent than ever.
Pan said the emphasis on food problem has reflected the long-sightedness of the BRIC leaders.
But Conlons' managing director Welsby, who was inspired to become an optician by the treatment he received as a child for his long-sightedness, says his firm can offer a personal touch that the giants cannot.
Her severe long-sightedness, combined with having one cornea "shaped like a rugby ball", meant the gravel-voiced 57-year-old needed a magnifying glass to read her own lyrics and to apply her make-up.