Vision and Age
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Aging of the human eye and its influence on seeing abilities with regard to brightness, color, spatial resolution (visual acuity and legibility), visual field, and glare.
Senescent Changes in the Visual Organ
Visual information accounts for about 70% or 80% of sensory information in human beings. Like other sensory organs, human vision has senescent changes for most of the parts in the visual system, and these make quality of seeing degraded to older people.
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