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Vision Impairments People catergorized as visually impaired range from individuals with mild visual losses to those with low vision to those who are totally blind Winzer370 Vision impairments does not necessarily mean a total loss of sight Some visually impaired person can detect light others can see shapes and forms and others can see nothing at all Generally many different problems that interfere the retina to form image or the transmission of retinal images to the brain can cause blindness or vision impairment It can be heredity or caused by disease or damage after birth In some cases a specific reason cannot be determined There are four major types of vision impairments The first type are refractive errors It is cause by the change of shape or size of the eyeball conera or the lens Myopia short-sighted and hyperopia long-sighted are two common examples People with myopia or hyperopia cannot focus image accurately on the retina Another example is astigmatism it is caused by the abnormal curve shape of the cornera or the lens And it can cause distorted or blurred vision The second type are ocular motor problems It is caused by irregular movement of the ocular muscles that control the movement of the eyeballs It leads to the inability for the eyes to control focusing objects Strasbismus is an example This condition effects about 2 percent 2 out of 100 of all young children Strabismus is a lack of coordinated muscle movement or focusing ability between the eyes causing the eyes to point in different directions One or both eyes may turn inward crossed eyes or outward walleye The eyes the brain area that controls vision and the muscles attached to the eyeball are involved It result in the child that looks in certain directions double vision sometimes vision in one eye only with loss of depth perception Strabismus can affect both sexes all ages but it usually begins during
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