cycloplegic

cycloplegic
I. \\| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|plējik\ adjective
Etymology: New Latin cycloplegia + English -ic
: producing cycloplegia

a cycloplegic agent

: involving cycloplegia

cycloplegic refraction

: being cycloplegic

cycloplegic effects

II. noun (-s)
: a cycloplegic agent

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

См. также в других словарях:

  • cycloplegic — 1. Relating to cycloplegia. 2. A drug that paralyzes the ciliary muscle and thus the power of accommodation. * * * cy·clo·ple·gic plē jik adj producing, involving, or characterized by cycloplegia <cycloplegic agents> <cycloplegic… …   Medical dictionary

  • cycloplegic — adjective Of, relating to, or causing cycloplegia …   Wiktionary

  • cycloplegic — adj. pertaining to cycloplegia (paralysis of the ciliary eye muscle) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cycloplegic — cy·clo·ple·gic …   English syllables

  • cycloplegic refraction — a type of static refraction, measured after lens accommodation is paralyzed by administration of cycloplegic eye drops …   Medical dictionary

  • cycloplegia — cycloplegic, adj., n. /suy kleuh plee jee euh, jeuh, sik leuh /, n. Pathol. paralysis of the intraocular muscles. [1900 05; CYCLO + PLEGIA] * * * …   Universalium

  • Cycloplegia — Classification and external resources Cycloplegia caused by Cyclopentolate 1% instilled into both eyes ICD 10 H …   Wikipedia

  • Corneal abrasion — Classification and external resources A corneal abrasion after staining with fluorescein. ICD 10 S …   Wikipedia

  • Tropicamide — Systematic (IUPAC) name N ethyl 3 hydroxy 2 phenyl N (pyridin 4 ylmethyl) propanamide Clinical data Trade names …   Wikipedia

  • Pseudomyopia — refers to an intermittent and temporary shift in refraction of the eye towards myopia, in which the focusing of light in front of the retina is due to a transient spasm of the ciliary muscle causing an increase in the refractive power of the eye …   Wikipedia


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