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How do medications treat curvature myopia?

Medications are not used to curvature myopia. Curvature myopia is a form of nearsightedness. Nearsightedness is treated with eye glass, contacts, or refractive surgery. Eye glasses and contacts help to refocus light onto the retina, while surgery is used to reshape the cornea.

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