presbytia
Presbyopia Pres`by*o"pi*a[NL., from Gr. ? old, n., an old man + ?, ?, the eye.] (Med.) A defect of vision consequent upon advancing age. It is due to rigidity of the crystalline lens, which produces difficulty of accommodation and recession of the near point of vision, so that objects very near the eyes can not be seen distinctly without the use of convex glasses. Called also {presbytia}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Presbytia — Pres*byt i*a, n. [NL. See {Presbyte}.] (Med.) Presbyopia. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Presbyopia — Pres by*o pi*a[NL., from Gr. ? old, n., an old man + ?, ?, the eye.] (Med.) A defect of vision consequent upon advancing age. It is due to rigidity of the crystalline lens, which produces difficulty of accommodation and recession of the near… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • presbytic — (ˈ)prez|bid.ik adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary presbyt (from New Latin presbytia presbyopia, from Greek presbytēs old man + New Latin ia) + ic : farsighted …   Useful english dictionary

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