Scotomy

Scot'o·my noun [ New Latin scotomia , from Greek ... dizziness, from ... to darken, from sko`tos darkness: confer French scotomie .] 1. Dizziness with dimness of sight. [ Obsolete] Massinger. 2. (Medicine) Obscuration of the field of vision due ...
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scotomy

1. Dizziness with dimness of sight. ... 2. <medicine> Obscuration of the field of vision due to the appearance of a dark spot before the eye. ... Origin: NL. Scotomia, from Gr. Dizziness, fr. To darken, fr. Skotos darkness: cf. F. Scotomie. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Scotomy

• (n.) Dizziness with dimness of sight. • (n.) Obscuration of the field of vision due to the appearance of a dark spot before the eye.
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scotomy

scotomy 1. Dizziness with dimness of sight. 2. Obscuration of the field of vision due to the appearance of a dark spot before the eye.
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