1. A screen cover for the eye.

2. A type of spectacle with auxiliary shields for protecting the eyes.

Origin: M.E. Gogelen, to squint

Plethysmographic goggle, a specially designed goggle to serve as an ophthalmodynamometer while permitting subjective visual and objective ocular changes during transient increased intraocular pressure.

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