Hemeralopia



[hem-er-uh-loh-pee-uh] /ˌhɛm ər əˈloʊ pi ə/

noun, Ophthalmology.
1.
a condition of the eyes in which sight is normal in the night or in a dim light but is abnormally poor or wholly absent in the day or in a bright light.
/ˌhɛmərəˈləʊpɪə/
noun
1.
inability to see clearly in bright light Nontechnical name day blindness Compare nyctalopia

hemeralopia hem·er·a·lo·pi·a (hěm’ər-ə-lō’pē-ə)
n.
A visual defect marked by the inability to see as clearly in bright light as in dim light. Also called day blindness.

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