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17Dec, 2015

TWILIGHT VISION

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Because a visual acuity test is usually performed under normal daylight conditions, it does not indicate how well a person can see in low light. This distinction is important to make because “twilight vision” can be noticeably worse for some people with certain eye conditions. As a result, they may find it difficult to drive or perform other important tasks under low-light conditions. Decreased twilight vision (often referred to as “night myopia”) can be a problem for many young adults who have a slight shift toward nearsightedness. Older adults may […]
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