In the latter place we found but two inmates,—one suffering from ordinary Cuban fever, the other from ophthalmia.
They often suffer from ophthalmia, though not in the virulent Egyptian form.
On the 21st of the moon Zilhadge was attacked by that distressing malady the ophthalmia.
ophthalmia is common and sometimes will attack whole tribes.
The—the fact is I've a touch of ophthalmia and can't see very well.
More common was ophthalmia, a frightful inflammation of the eyes.
A nickname, unhappily too commonly justified in Southern Spain, where ophthalmia and oculists are equally dangerous.
As a consequence, ophthalmia makes its appearance among them.
ophthalmia is terribly common in India, and its marvellous cures began to be famous.
He had suffered from fever, dysentery and ophthalmia on the journey.
ophthalmia oph·thal·mi·a (ŏf-thāl'mē-ə, ŏp-)
Severe, often purulent, conjunctivitis.
Inflammation of the deep eye structures. Also called ophthalmitis.