anisometrope

anisometrope

(an″ī″sŏ-mĕ′trōp″) [ anisometropia]
One afflicted with anisometropia.
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anisometrope 

A person who has aniso-metropia.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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In the uncorrected anisometrope, this dissimilarity comes from interocular blur differences, which cannot be combined binocularly.
[14] showed that the two eyes are imbalanced in anisometropes without amblyopia, which was not significantly correlated with the degree of anisometropia.
"The availability of independent adjustment of the two lens powers within this range would be helpful to anisometropes," Professor Charman added.
We also have the reluctant young spectacles wearers who may end up amblyopic for want of correction, and the anisometropes who may struggle with their full prescription in a frame, yet find it easier in contacts.