High myopia

Vision is the main source of information that connects a person with the outside world. With its help we receive more than 90% of information. Therefore, for those who have very low vision, its return is essential.
If you see poorly, the goal of any correction is to restore normal vision. In nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, light rays from objects (or part of the rays) cross either before reaching the retina or behind it.
In order to “force” the rays to intersect where nature intended, the eye’s “natural lenses” are applied to the cornea or lens.

Treatment methods

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This method involves the removal of the clear lens, one of the natural lenses of the eye. The optical power of the crystalline lens, even with severe degrees of nearsightedness and farsightedness, remains equal to approximately 20.0 D. Therefore, in the vast majority of cases, the eye cannot focus the image on the retina without it.
Lensectomy is usually combined with placing an artificial lens inside the eye. For large degrees of farsightedness, multiple lenses may be implanted in the eye.


One of the latest advances in ophthalmic surgery is that manipulations are usually performed through self-sealing microincisions (about 3mm in size). This has been made possible by the emergence of such techniques as phacoemulsification (the lens is ultrasonically transformed into an emulsion and removed from the eye), as well as the development of folding lenses.
Since the ability to accommodate (the ability to see distant and near objects clearly) is lost when the lens is replaced with an artificial lens, the patient subsequently requires reading glasses. Where possible, lenses can be implanted in the eye without removing the lens. So-called phakic lenses are used to preserve the eye’s ability to see objects both near and far.

The advantage of these two techniques over laser surgery, which changes the shape of the cornea, is the reversibility of the results (i.e. the possibility of repeated interventions).

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