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myope

 [mi´ōp]
a person affected with myopia.

myope

(mī′ōp′)
n.
One who is affected by myopia.

myope

[mī′ōp]
an individual who is nearsighted or afflicted with myopia.

myope

A person who has myopia.
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The hypothesis is if we can slow down axial growth in myopes using centre-distance multifocal contact lenses, can we accelerate it in hyperopes using centre-near designs?
In our study of 160 patients among 300 patients, Myopes average corneal thickness was 541 micrometres (SD 31).
The mean axial length of myopes was significantly higher than emmetropes and hypermetropes (P < 0.
Gwiazda, Thorn, Bauer, and Held (1993) have shown that myopes tend to relax their accommodation in response to blur, whereas emmetropes tend to increase their accommodation to blur.
At the other end, for the low myopes who are not going to get as much myopic control effect from an ortho-k lens you have got MiSight 1 day too.
Among the 60 patients 32 were myopes, 23 patients were hyperopes and 5 were emmetrope.
Selon une etude publiee dans la revue Ophtalmology, le nombre de myopes devrait etre multiplie par sept entre 2000 et 2050.
Also, comprehensive eye care services are needed to check the rapid increase in high myopes, along with the development of treatments to control the progression of myopia and prevent people from becoming highly myopic, the researchers suggested in the study published in the journal Ophthalmology revealed.
66%) of the patients had an AL in the range of 20-24 mm, followed by myopes (7.
3,5) This situation should be differentiated from RD caused by MH, which occurs in high myopes and progresses from the macular area to the periphery.
Dreher said research indicates that 70% of emmetropes and 90% of myopes have noticeable higher order aberrations that often affect absolute clarity of vision.
44) Additionally, an interesting new study published this year found that myopes have significantly higher levels of serum melatonin concentration than non-myopes.