Convergence insufficiency (also called convergence disorder) is a fairly common near vision issue characterized by the eyes’ reduced ability to turn towards each other, or sustain convergence. The disorder often causes double vision or blurred vision making reading or focusing on near objects difficult.
Convergence Insufficiency and Its Effect on Children
FDA Approves Short-Distance Vision Implant
The FDA recently approved a vision implant that corrects presbyopia, the inability to focus up close. Presbyopia is often referred to as the aging eye condition because it is a common type of vision disorder that occurs as you age.