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Vision correction

Vision correction

Concave and convex lenses are used for the correction of short-sightedness and far-sightedness.

Biology

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vision correction, short-sighted, farsighted, vision problem, diverging lens, converging lens, dioptre, correction, concave lens, convex lens, lens, glasses, contact lenses, human, biology

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