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Glasses cannot solve the problem with the development of retinal dystrophy.
Imagine that the glasses are a camera lens and the retina is a photosensitive film. And this film is damaged. No matter how “strong” the optics of your lens is, you won’t get a high-quality photo — the photo will reflect the imperfections of the film.
The same with the eyes — even with the highest quality lenses, the visual image projected onto the damaged retina will be distorted.
Magnifying glasses or loupes are designed to make the most of the preserved vision. The ophthalmologist will be able to select special correction tools for the visually impaired — lenses or electronic devices that increase the size of text or image.
This publication has been prepared with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund.