hyperopia hyperopia  /ˌhaɪ pə ˈroʊ pi ə/


  • (n) abnormal condition in which vision for distant objects is better than for near objects


  1. They say two common vision problemsnear- and farsightedness (myopia and hyperopia)can be corrected or eased with surgery that reshapes the cornea, the eye's outer covering.
  2. But if you also have astigmatism or your hyperopia (farsightedness) is greater than 3.
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