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Low vision means that even with regular glasses, contact lenses,   medicine,  or surgery, you cannot see well enough to do everyday tasks.
There are many signs that can signal vision loss. A person with low vision   may find it difficult or impossible to accomplish such activities as reading,   writing, shopping, watching television, driving a car, recognizing faces, and crossing the street

To determine the extent of your useful vision, you will need to have your eyes examined. The examination for low vision differs from typical eye examination. During a low vision examination, your doctor may administer the following tests:

 Refraction (to assess your vision and determine the prescription for your glasses, if    glasses   may be of any use)
 Visual field (to assess your peripheral vision)
 Ocular motility (to assess how well your eyes mov

Because low vision examinations may involve a variety of tests, they are often more time consuming than the standard examination. For instance, refraction may be done through a telescope or trial lens so you can judge which lens is best.


 Difficulty recognizing objects at a distance (street signs or bus signs)
 Difficulty differentiating colors (particularly in the green-blue-violet range)
 Difficulty seeing well up close (reading or cooking)

The symptoms described above may not necessarily mean that you have low vision. However, if you experience one or more of these symptoms, contact your eye doctor for a complete exam. Your eye doctor can tell the difference between normal changes which are common with age and changes caused by eye disease.

The Kellogg Eye Center Low Vision and Visual Rehabilitative Services Clinic embraces a multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of low vision. Ophthalmologists, optometrists and occupational therapists make up the team of health care professionals who will work with you starting with your vision examination, and continuing to work with you to identify treatment options, which include:

 Optical devices that will help you adapt, such as magnifiers, telephones or    closed-   circuit   televisions.
 Techniques that will help you utilize your remaining vision.
 Environmental modifications to maximize your remaining vision.
 Adaptive non-optical devices, such as large-print cookbooks and talking

A cataract is a clouding of part of your eye called the lens. Your vision
Diseases of the retina can lead to partial or total loss of vision.
Low vision means that even with regular glasses, contact lenses,  
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