OPHTHALMIA, AEGYPTIAN

\ɒfθˈalmi͡ə], \ɒfθˈalmi‍ə], \ɒ_f_θ_ˈa_l_m_iə]\

Definitions of OPHTHALMIA, AEGYPTIAN

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  • See Ophthalmia-o. Asiatica, see Ophthalmia-o. Bellica, see Ophthalmia-o. Biliosa, Ophthalmocholosis-o. Catarrhal, see Ophthalmia-o. Catarrhalis bellica, see Ophthalmia-o. Chronica, Lippitudo-o. Conjunctival, see Ophthalmia-o. Contagiosa, see Ophthalmia-o. Epidemica, see Ophthalmia-o. Glutinosa, see Ophthalmia-o. Gonorrhoica, see Ophthalmia-o. Gonorrhoeal, see Ophthalmia-o. Humida, see Ophthalmia-o. Lachrymose, see Ophthalmia-o. Membranarum, see Ophthalmia-o. Neonatorum, see Ophthalmia-o. Phlyctenular, see Ophthalmia-o. Puriformis, see Ophthalmia-o. Purulenta, see Ophthalmia-o. Purulenta contagiosa, see Ophthalmia-o. Purulenta epidemica, see Ophthalmia-o. Purnlenta infantum, see Ophthalmia-o. Rheumatic, Sclerotitis-o. Sicca, Xerophthalmia-o. Suppurative, see Ophthalmia-o. Taraxis, see Ophthalmia-o. Tarsi, see Ophthalmia-o. Ulcerosa, Helcophthalmia-o. Varicose, Cirsophthalmia-o. Vera, see Ophthalmia.
1846 - Medical lexicon: a dictionary of medical science
By Robley Dunglison

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