emmetropia


em·me·tro·pia

noun \ˌem-ə-ˈtrō-pē-ə\

Definition of EMMETROPIA

: the normal refractive condition of the eye in which with accommodation relaxed parallel rays of light are all brought accurately to a focus upon the retina—compare astigmatism, myopia
em·me·trop·ic \-ˈträp-ik, -ˈtrōp-\ adjective

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