In normal, healthy eyes with good vision, blurry vision indicates a need for prescription lens that adds additional power or corrects astigmatism that distorts the natural optics of the eye. Unfortunately, blurred vision after eye injury or refractive surgery may not be correctable, and can coexist with ghosting, smeared vision, or other visual abberations. Comorbidity of aberrations provides a substantial ethical frontier in refractive surgery, since communication of these visual realities is almost impossible through words alone.
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