Pathologic myopia is a condition in which the eye is longer than normal. A host of secondary problems can occur as a result including retinal tears, blood vessels growing under the macula, higher frequency of glaucoma, and earlier onset of cataract. For details, please read the information document under this heading.
- Long Term Effects
- Pathologic Myopia with Albinism
- Pathologic Myopia with Staphyloma, Macular Hole, and Macular Detachment
- Tilted Optic Disc, Posterior Staphyloma, Zone Beta, and Lacquer Cracks