Causes of Low Vision
Certain eye diseases can cause low vision. These include:
These conditions can occur at any age but are more common in older people. However, normal aging of the eye does not lead to low vision.
Eye injuriescan also cause low vision.
Low vision may also result from eye cancer, albinism or a brain injury. If you have these disorders or are at risk for them, you are also at greater risk for low vision.