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ocular

1. of or relating to the eye
2. another name for eyepiece

ocular

[′äk·yə·lər]
(biology)
Of or pertaining to the eye.
(optics)
References in classic literature ?
Captain Lincoln proceeded to relate some of the strange fables and fantasies which, as it was impossible to refute them by ocular demonstration, had grown to be articles of popular belief, in reference to this old picture.
This, of course, must have been an ocular deception, assisted by the uncertain light.
He nodded his head, regarding her thoughtfully as she gathered the torn pieces of manuscript and tucked them into the pocket of her jacket - ocular evidence of the success of her mission.
We were here told a fact, which I would not have credited, if I had not had partly ocular proof of it; namely, that, during the previous night hail as large as small apples, and extremely hard, had fallen with such violence, as to kill the greater number of the wild animals.
He then asked Mrs Tickit how long a space of time she supposed there might have been between the two sets of ocular quiverings she had experienced?
The only drawback is that we have conclusively proved by ocular demonstration that there are no water channels down the rocks."
Oftener it falls that this winged man, who will carry me into the heaven, whirls me into mists, then leaps and frisks about with me as it were from cloud to cloud, still affirming that he is bound heavenward; and I, being myself a novice, am slow in perceiving that he does not know the way into the heavens, and is merely bent that I should admire his skill to rise like a fowl or a flying fish, a little way from the ground or the water; but the all-piercing, all-feeding, and ocular air of heaven that man shall never inhabit.
I made no doubt that the latter had been infected with some of the innumerable Southern superstitions about money buried, and that his phantasy had received confirmation by the finding of the scarabæus, or, perhaps, by Jupiter's obstinacy in maintaining it to be "a bug of real gold." A mind disposed to lunacy would readily be led away by such suggestions - especially if chiming in with favorite preconceived ideas - and then I called to mind the poor fellow's speech about the beetle's being "the index of his fortune." Upon the whole, I was sadly vexed and puzzled, but, at length, I concluded to make a virtue of necessity - to dig with a good will, and thus the sooner to convince the visionary, by ocular demonstration, of the fallacy of the opinions he entertained.
This study established ophthalmic reference values and characterized ocular lesions in 2 captive populations of boreal owls, including 46 eyes of 23 great grey owls (Strix nebulosa) and 38 eyes from 19 snowy owls (Bubo scandiacus).
(1,2,3) Although usually presenting with skin involvement, ocular involvement is found in 58-72% of patients with acne rosacea.1 In approximately 20% of patients, ocular signs appear prior to dermatological signs.
Release date- 29082019 - BEDFORD - Ocular Therapeutix, Inc.
- The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has assigned a specific and permanent reimbursement J-code, through the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) for Dextenza (dexamethasone ophthalmic insert) 0.4mg that is approved for the treatment of ocular inflammation and pain following ophthalmic surgery, US-based biopharmaceutical company Ocular Therapeutix, Inc.