Aphakia is a medical condition that results in abnormalities in vision. Farsightedness, blurred vision and a detached retina are some of the common symptoms of Aphakia.
HOW IS APHAKIA DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis is done through physical examination and by looking at your medical history. Ophthalmologists may determine your visual prescription, examine cornea, fundus, iris and anterior chamber, and test your eye pressure.
HOW IS APHAKIA TREATED?
Aphasia can be treated by wearing glasses, contact lenses, or by conducting an artificial lens implant.
DID YOU KNOW?
People with aphakia have relatively small pupils and their pupils dilate to a lesser degree.