Presbyopia is defined as farsightedness caused by aging. Presbyopia is the inability of the eye to accommodate due to a hardening of the lens and a weakening of the ciliary muscles that occurs as people get older. Presbyopia, moreover is defined as the normative age-related loss of the ability to focus on nearby objects or difficulty in seeing close objects clearly, often resulting in the need for glasses.

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