The defective condition of accommodation of the eye in which distant objects

The Defective Condition Of Accommodation Of The Eye In Which Biology Question

The defective condition of accommodation of the eye in which distant objects are clearly seen but near objects are indistinct is


(a) myopia
(b) astigmatism
(c) presbyopia
(d) hypermetropia

Correct Answer:



Hypermetropia is a disorder where nearby objects are not seen clearly. It is due to the anterioposterior shortening of the eyeball which results in image formation behind the retina resulting in a blurred image. Biconvex lenses correct the far sighted condition by causing the light rays to converge farther forward.

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Topics: Neural Control and Chemical Coordination (201)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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