emmetrope


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emmetrope

(ˈɛmɪˌtrəʊp)
n
a person whose vision is normal, or emmetropic
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00DS myope has a 10 times increased lifetime risk of myopic maculopathy and retinal detachment than that compared to an emmetrope.
Among the 60 patients 32 were myopes, 23 patients were hyperopes and 5 were emmetrope.
3) However, there is convincing data indicating that no level of myopia is 'safe,' as is implied by the 'physiological' label--a label that would require that no additional risk of ocular pathology be carried by the myope compared to the emmetrope.
Need for the Study: Almost every day an ophthalmologist comes across a patient who is an emmetrope but complains of eyestrain.
00DS, 70-year-old hypermetrope, and focused on a target at infinity, how will the resultant magnification of the retinal image and effective field of view compare to an emmetrope performing the same task?
I'm an emmetrope, there hasn't been a day in my life when I woke up and wasn't able to see.
It's frankly crazy to allocate the same time for a straightforward teenage emmetrope, as for a non-English speaking presbyope, with diabetes, glaucoma and Alzheimer's.
An established presbyope (with a significant add) who is an emmetrope or near emmetrope may not succeed because by placing a contact lens of any sort on an eye with little or no distance prescription tends to degrade their distance vision such that they notice that they see better without a correction.
It has been reported that myopes have higher amplitude of accommodation (AA) as compared to emmetropes.
Our finding of increased dry eye prevalence in uncorrected refractive errors as compared to emmetropes is consistent with observation by Moss et al.