The damage Marfan syndrome causes to the eyes is one of the symptoms most likely to interfere with life quality. Statistics show that in about 50 percent of cases, this disease leads to the eye lens slipping out of its normal position. Some people become near-sighted, and they may also experience blurred vision. In the most severe cases, they may develop glaucoma, which causes a loss of vision that cannot be rectified. Anyone with Marfan syndrome experiencing these eyesight problems needs to consult an eye specialist and assess how safe it is for them to continue driving.
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