pleoptics

pleoptics

[plee-op-tiks]
noun (used with a singular verb) Ophthalmology.
the practice of treating the vision defect amblyopia.

Origin:
< German Pleoptik (1953), equivalent to ple(o)- pleo- + Optik optics

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