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  • adj. used in low light levels

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a nasomalar index of from 107.5 to 110, as the negroid races; having small and moderately retreating malar bones: as, a mesopic face.


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  • When reviewing the published literature, it is clear that blue light-filtering IOLs have not been shown to be clinically harmful with respect to loss of visual acuity, color perception or significant loss of scotopic, photopic or mesopic sensitivities. (

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