Fragile vision is a state of significant vision loss, such that full correction with normal ophthalmic lenses is difficult or impossible, leading to limitations in daily activities, dissatisfaction, and discomfort.
Fragile vision affects the elderly in particular, who are generally affected by a decrease in visual acuity caused by degenerative eye diseases. The term may also extend to young people affected by hereditary diseases of the visual system.
In order to remain independent for as long as possible, it is essential to use compensatory and corrective aids from the earliest stages of the disease, so that they may be adapted naturally as the disease progresses to the degenerative phase.
Fragile vision symptoms
Deformations and visual interference