eyeball

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eyeball

the entire ball-shaped part of the eye

eyeball

[′ī‚bȯl]
(anatomy)
The globe of the eye.

eyeball

i. A passenger-controlled spherical valve outlet for fresh air, usually overhead.
ii. To search visually.
iii. Visual (colloquial), as in eyeball contact.
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Glaucoma - a swelling of the globe of the eye and an increased pressure inside the eye itself.
* Ipsilateral connective tissue, usually lipomatous hamartomas of the scalp, eyelid, and outer globe of the eye
* Globe of the eye and extraocular muscles were absent in both the eyes.