- the normal refractive condition of the eye, in which the rays of light are accurately focused on the retina.
Origin of emmetropia
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- the normal condition of perfect vision, in which parallel light rays are focused on the retina without the need for accommodation
Word Origin for emmetropia
C19: from New Latin, from Greek emmetros in due measure + -opia
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- The condition of the normal eye when parallel rays are focused exactly on the retina and vision is perfect.
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