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myopic in Illness & disability topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmyopicmy‧o‧pic /maɪˈɒpɪk $ -ˈɑːpɪk/ adjective  1 NOT KNOWunwilling or unable to think about the future, especially about the possible results of a particular action – used to show disapproval syn short-sighted the government’s myopic attitude to environmental issues2 medicalMI unable to see things clearly that are far away syn short-sighted British English, near-sighted American Englishmyopically /-kli/ adverb
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myopicNow the whole country is run by a myopic bourgeoisie with a mentality that does not care for the people.I mean the man woke from a myopic, car-phone-induced haze.Most myopic children can be fitted with glasses with concave lenses which will bring their vision to normal.Employees have suffered for management's myopic concentration on short-term goals.I am not here, I said, limiting my involvement in the world to the range of my myopic eyes.Thick lenses restrict a myopic patient's field of view.Note that the average payment following the optimal strategy is around three times greater than the average payment following the myopic strategy.But, as we know from extensive research, experience can saddle individuals with a myopic view of their current circumstances.