Scotomy

Scotomy

Scot"o*my\, n. [NL. scotomia, from Gr. ? dizziness, fr. ? to darken, fr. sko`tos darkness: cf. F. scotomie.]

1. Dizziness with dimness of sight. [Obs.] --Massinger.

2. (Med.) Obscuration of the field of vision due to the appearance of a dark spot before the eye.
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