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ΕΤΥΜΟΛΟΓΙΑ Greek. hemer(a)-day, al(aos)-blind or obscure, ops-eye

  • Note the French translation of this Greek is seeing in the day which has become an issue in interpreting literature from the non-English speaking world

Hemeralopia is a poor term to use as English speaking and Continental ophthalmologists use it to mean the exact opposite physiologically:

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