regular astigmatism

regular astigmatism
astigmatism in which the refractive power of the eye shows a uniform increase or decrease from one meridian to the other, being practically constant in each meridian; the image produced is regular in shape, either a line, an oval, or a circle. See also Sturm conoid, under conoid.

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