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The work is theoretical in nature and was created to test the relationship between age and changes in astigmatism. The analysis was carried out on the basis of the available studies described in the literature on the subject. The collected statistical data and medical information allow for the conclusion that astigmatism may change with age. The implemented project presents results that have both cognitive and application value. The identified bindings can be used in the medical practice of patients with astigmatism.
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