Definitions for "Hyperopia"
is caused when the surface of the eye (or the eye itself) is either too flat or too short to properly focus incoming light rays on the retina. When this occurs, light is actually focused on a point behind the retina. Persons with hyperopia can see well at a distance, but nearby objects appear blurry.
is the inability to see near objects more clearly than distant objects.
abnormal condition in which vision for distant objects is better than for near objects
Keywords:  farsightedness