anisometropia

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The name is from four Greek components: an- "not," iso- "same," metr- "measure," ops "eye."

Noun[edit]

anisometropia (plural anisometropias)

  1. (ophthalmology) A condition in which the two eyes of an individual have different refractive power.

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Noun[edit]

anisometropia f (uncountable)

  1. (ophthalmology) anisometropia (condition in which the eyes have different refractive power)