Abstract: many patients don’t think so. They think it’s ordinary high myopia. It’s good to wear glasses. The big deal is that the glasses are thicker and heavier. As long as they can see and see clearly, they’ll be fine. In fact, it’s not.
patients with high myopia not only need to wear heavy glasses all year round, but also have extremely inconvenient life. The range of vision they see is becoming smaller and smaller, and the objects are deformed.
for example: normal people see the size of a duck egg, while patients with high myopia may see a big egg. This pain is difficult for normal people to experience and feel. Although
are inconvenient, there are many misunderstandings in the cognition of many people and even patients with high myopia. Many patients don’t think so. They think it’s ordinary high myopia. It’s good to wear glasses. The big deal is that glasses are thicker and heavier. As long as they can see and see clearly, they’ll be fine. In fact, they’re not.
ophthalmologists have found in clinical and research that this pathological myopia does a lot of harm to patients and can produce a variety of pathological changes, such as fundus lesions:
include macular splitting, macular hole, macular atrophy, retinal detachment, concurrent cataract, secondary glaucoma, optic nerve atrophy, etc, These can lead to decreased vision and even blindness.