Photopsy
Photopsy \Pho*top"sy\, n. Same as {Photopsia}. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • photopsy — photopsia /fō topˈsi ə/or photopsy / topˈsi/ noun (Gr opsis appearance) the appearance of flashes of light, owing to irritation of the retina • • • Main Entry: ↑photo …   Useful english dictionary

  • photopsy — SYN: photopsia. * * * pho·top·sy (fo topґse) photopsia …   Medical dictionary

  • photopsia — A subjective sensation of lights, sparks, or colors due to electrical or mechanical stimulation of the ocular system. SEE ALSO: Moore lightning streaks, under streak. SYN: photopsy. [photo + G. opsis, vision] * * * pho·top·sia fō täp sē ə …   Medical dictionary

  • photopsia — /fō topˈsi ə/or photopsy / topˈsi/ noun (Gr opsis appearance) the appearance of flashes of light, owing to irritation of the retina • • • Main Entry: ↑photo …   Useful english dictionary

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