skiascopy

skiascope

[skahy-uh-skohp]
noun Ophthalmology.

Origin:
< Greek skiā́ a shadow, shade + -scope

skiascopy [skahy-as-kuh-pee] , noun
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skiascope (ˈskaɪəˌskəʊp)
 
n
med See also retinoscopy Also called: retinoscope a medical instrument for examining the eye to detect errors of refraction
 
[C19: from Greek skia a shadow + -scope]

skiascopy (skaɪˈæskəpɪ)
 
n
med another name for retinoscopy

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skiascopy ski·as·co·py (skī-ās'kə-pē)
n.
See retinoscopy.


ski'a·scope' (skī'ə-skōp') n.
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