Hypermetropia

• (n.) Alt. of Hypermetropy
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hypermetropia

(hi″pәr-me-tro┬┤pe-ә) hyperopia.
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hypermetropia

(HYPEROPIA) This is long sight, when the eye is too short or its refractive power too weak and is corrected with a positive powered lens.
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hypermetropia

Defect of vision in which a person is able to focus on objects in the distance, but not on close objects. It is caused by the failure of the lens to return to its normal rounded shape, or by the eyeball being too short, with the result that the image is focused on a point behind the retina. Hypermetropia is corrected by wearing glasses fitted with ...
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Hypermetropia

Long sightedness (or farsightedness). Distance vision is good, near vision is blurred
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hypermetropia

long-sightedness
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Hypermetropia

see hyperopia
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hypermetropia

Synonym for hyperopia ... Farsightedness or hyperopia occurs when a refractive error in which light rays entering the eye are focused behind the retina. This condition is easily corrected with corrective lenses or contact lenses. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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hypermetropia

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pĕr-me-trō′pē-ă Synonyms: hyperopia
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