Childhood myopia arises from excessive growth and elongation of the eyeball. This results in light rays from distant objects focusing in front of the retina instead of on the retina. Distant objects are thus seen to be blurred but near objects remain clear.
The exact cause of myopia is not known, but certain risk factors increase the likelihood of myopia, such as:
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