The Cure of Imperfect Sight by Treatment
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The Original Bates Method, for correcting vision defects

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and during accommodation were also the same in size and form, as was to be expected from the character of the lens images. If the lens changed during accommo dation, the iris, which rests upon it, would change also.
Fig. 30. Images on the Side of the Sclera
R, rest; A, accommodation. The image in A is the larger, indicating a flattening of the side of the sclera as the eyeball elongates. My, Myopia. The eye is straining to see at the dis tance and the image is larger, indicating that the eyeball has elongated, resulting in a flattening of the side of the sclera. Hy, Hypermetropia. The eye is straining to see at two inches. The image is the smallest of the series, indicating that the eyeball has become shorter than in any of the other pictures, and the side of the sclera more convex. The two lower pictures confirm the author's previous observations that farsight is produced when the eye strains to see near objects and nearsight when it strains to see distant objects.