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Near point of the eye

near point of the eye

(Science: ophthalmology) The nearest point to the entrance of the pupil of the normal eye at which focus is attained without strain, 10 inches (250 mm) is the generally accepted distance. In very young people and in those with myopia, this distance is less. The near point recedes with age, possibly even causing farsighted condition,.


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