hyperope


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hyperope

 [hi´per-ōp]
a person with hyperopia.

hy·per·ope

(hī'pĕr-ōp),
One suffering from hyperopia.
Synonym(s): hypermetrope

hyperope

/hy·per·ope/ (hi´per-ōp) an individual exhibiting hyperopia.

hyperope

A person who has hyperopia.
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A study followed a group of hyperopes with preoperative spherical equivalent of +4.
Strang et al compared the corneal curvature in myopes and hyperopes and found the myopic corneal curvature to be on the lesser side.
Atchison et al concluded that myopes had relatively lesser corneal curvature as compared to hyperopes.
Llorente et al conducted a study on 24 myopic & 22 hyperopic eyes and concluded that corneal curvature in hyperopes (22.
Negative-powered lenses are restricted for over-the-counter sales because myopes are at a higher risk of developing sight-threatening pathologies than hyperopes if they don't have regular eye examinations.
Adlens reply: Myopic maculopathy is a more serious condition, being untreatable, than the pathologies such as angle-closure glaucoma that hyperopes are at increased risk of, Dr Mackenzie conceded.
8) Percentage of participants YOUNGER COHORT OLDER COHORT Myopes Emmatropes Hyperopes Phase 1 6-7 years 1.
ALCON HAS extended its range of Air Optix Colors contact lenses to include plus power lenses for hyperopes across the full range of nine colours.
They recommend that surgeons do not consider RLE for patients under the age of 50, except in high hyperopes ([greater than or equal to] 4.