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The condition in which incoming parallellight ray through eye deflects and forms an image at a converging spot behind the retina.
Caused by shorter spherical diameter of the eyeball compared to the angle of deflection that depends on thickness of the cornea and crystallinelens,
the image of the objects of sight forms behind the retina, and makes it harder for the person to perceive nearby objects while objects at a longer distance appear clear.