Ocular diseases are rare in childhood and do not seem to be correlated with dyslexia. Poor ocular health will not necessarily cause symptoms, and some diseases cause a loss only of peripheral vision so that a child may be able to read a letter chart normally. Interestingly, people with ocular pathology that does interfere with vision often seem to automatically adjust their reading rate so that they would be unlikely to make as many errors as a person with good ocular health and dyslexia.
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