"Thank you for the answer. Well the amblyopia as an example was sloppy from me; let's consider the other example: mild refractive error, e.g. the 1D astigmatism, but still 100% or almost 100% vision so no amblyopia and the brain did learn..."
"I'm considering refractive surgery and it is marketed as "patients see better than ever before, even with the best of glasses".
I'm no expert on the matter but AFAIK the brain learns to see during early childhood (if that is disrupte..."
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