emmetrope


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to emmetrope: emmetropia

emmetrope

 [em´ĕ-trōp]
a person who has no refractive error of vision.

emmetrope

(ĕm′ĕ-trōp) [Gr. emmetros, in measure, + opsis, sight]
One endowed with normal vision.
emmetropic (-trŏp′ĭk), adjective

emmetrope

One who has emmetropia.
References in periodicals archive ?
b Reduced magnification, increased field, compared to an emmetrope
The mean axial length of myopes was significantly higher than emmetropes and hypermetropes (P < 0.
The average amount of near work after school in myopics was considerably more than the emmetropes P less than 0.
Myopes seeked intervention late as compared to their emmetropes and hypermetropes of same age group.
Afocal one-piece and box type goggles provide a great safety solution for emmetropes and can often be supplied by the employer.
People with refractive errors, with or without history of spectacle use, had a higher incidence of dry eye compared to emmetropes.
The Kamra inlay can be used to treat a wide range of patients including emmetropes, ametropes, post-LASIK patients and monofocal pseudophakes.
This is in contrast to our conclusion where we got a majority of emmetropes and a few hypermetropes.
Furthermore, the researchers proved that the RWOG therapy shows no clinically significant changes in accommodation at near in presbyopic emmetropes.
senior lecturers in optometry, doctors Richard Calver and Ebi osuobeni received the Bernard Gilmartin ophthalmic and physiological optics award for their paper Peripheral refraction for distance and near vision in emmetropes and myopes, recognising it as the most highly regarded paper published in the journal ophthalmic & Physiological optics during the last five years.
Many emmetropes, when a varifocal lens is first recommended, say "Oh, but I only need them for reading", which totally misses the point.