Relating to or suffering from myopia.

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my·o·pic -'ō-pik, -'äp-ik adj affected by myopia: of, relating to, or exhibiting myopia
my·o·pi·cal·ly -(ə-)lē adv
myopic n MYOPE

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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