When the eyeball is slightly shorter than normal, the light rays form the image beyond the retina, provoking a blurred sight of distant and near objects. Due to an extra readjustment made by the cilliary muscle, the young farsighted usually see distant objects correctly, although they also suffer a certain fatigue because of that effort.

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