IRVINE Calif., June 2009, /Current Opinion in Ophthalmology/
-- The role of age, sex, ocular dominance, amount of monovision,
and hyperopic (farsighted, longsighted) versus myopic
(nearsighted, shortsighted) treatments is reviewed and reported
in the July 2009 issue of Current Opinion in Ophthalmology,
a peer reviewed medical journal.
presbyopic female patient is more likely to accept
monovision. Patients with a strong sighting preference
experience more blur with monovision. Although myopes represent
the majority of monovision patients, laser-corrected monovision
in hyperopes is a viable and satisfactory option.
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