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  • Astigmatism

    Astigmatism is a common, mild and generally easily treatable imperfection in the curvature of your eye. The condition can cause blurred vision. Astigmatism occurs when the front surface of your eye (cornea) or the lens, inside your eye, has a slightly different surface curvature in one direction from the other. Instead of being even and smooth in all directions, the surface may have some areas that are flatter or steeper.

  • Astigmatism

    Signs and symptoms of astigmatism may include: Blurred or distorted vision, Eyestrain, Headaches. The eyes have to be checked more frequently in patients with Astigmatism problem. Astigmatism is a type of refractive error. In astigmatism, the cornea or lens is curved more steeply in one direction than in another. In corneal astigmatism, cornea has a distorted shape.

  • Astigmatism

    The following statistics relate to the prevalence of Astigmatism: 4.6% of population self-reported having astigmatism in Australia 2001. 3.9% of male population self-reported having astigmatism in Australia 2001. 366,000 men self-reported having astigmatism in Australia. 5.3% of female population self-reported having astigmatism in Australia 2001. 512,000 women self-reported having astigmatism in Australia 2001 • 878,000 people self-reported having astigmatism in Australia

 

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