Condition in which sight is good by day but deficient at night and in any faint light.
The ability to perceive objects distinctly at normal reading distance (usually about 14 inches from the eye).
Myopia (my-OH-pea-uh), or nearsightedness, is a vision condition in which distant objects appear blurred – such as roadway signs, the board at school, faces, or the television set across the room. In severe myopia, both distant and near objects are blurry. find out more about myopia