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optic

1. of or relating to the eye or vision
2. a less common word for optical

optic

[′äp·tik]
(biology)
Pertaining to the eye.
(optics)
Pertaining to the lenses, prisms, and mirrors of a camera, microscope, or other conventional optical instrument.
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Because of no improvement within one month, he sought for the second opinion, which revealed persistently no light perception of the right eye with the temporal pallor of the optic disc but normal macula and vascular trunks.
Based on conventional use of the term, ischemic optic neuropathy refers to the acute stages of ischemic injury before optic atrophy develops.
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