|eye defect, visual defect||aniseikonia|
|(Biochemistry) visual purple, photosensitive pigment found in the retina of many vertebrates (breaks down into retinal and opsin upon contact which light), light-sensitive pigment||rhodopsin|
|(Ophthalmology) blindness due to defect or absence of an eye; turning upward of the eyes||anopia|
|a defect, flaw; deficiency, inadequacy, inferiority||shortcoming|
|able to recall with startling accuracy, pertaining to visual images (seen recently or long before) which can be recalled vividly and with great detail, recalled with startling accuracy||eidetic|
|abstract imperfection, blemish making something imperfect, defect, imperfection; crack; strong gust of wind, invalidating defect in document, make flaws in; crack; become defective; become cracked, squall, sudden strong feeling, windflaw||flaw|
|acceptable, accurate, make right; punish, modify, point out errors in, punish to gain improvement, rectify defect, remove errors from, right; accurate, exact; proper||correct|
|act of damaging something, act of making worse; deterioration; handicap; defect, flaw, lessening or absence of ability||impairment|
|actual or mental picture, conspicuous example, create image of, describe something in visual terms, example of figurative language, figure; form; reflection; picture; likeness; embodiment, imagine; draw a likeness; describe; reflect; picture in the min...||image|
|ailment caused by germ, any insect, bulge outward, craze or obsession, defect, devotee, hidden listening device, hide listening device in something, insect; bacteria, virus; programming error which causes a malfunction (Computers); secret listening dev...||bug|
|amount lacking, shortage; defect||deficiency|
|apparatus for perception and memory tests, device for assessing visual perception (Psychology)||tachistoscope|
|area visible to eyes, visual field||field of vision|
|bad situation, bad thing, cause to be in an inferior or position; cause loss, harm, count against, problematic condition; defect, drawback||disadvantage|
|birth defect in which an organism has only one eye socket||cyclopia|
|birth defect that is characterized by a split in the spinal column, condition of spinal column||spina bifida|
|blood disorder, defect in the composition of the blood||dyscrasia|
|bone cell, device for breaking bone in order to correct a defect; cell which absorbs tissue in order to form bone canals (Medicine), surgical instrument||osteoclast|
|breakage of a bone in order to fix a defect; dissolution and absorption of bone tissue which occurs during growth or healing of bones (Medicine)||osteoclasis|
|bright visual image produced by mechanical stimulation of the retina in the eye, sensation of light||phosphene|
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