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Scotoma

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Definition

noun

The obscuration in the visual field due to a region in the retina that does not contain photoreceptors


Supplement

Scotoma is a naturally occurring obscuration in the visual field in certain animals, mostly vertebrates. It is first documented by Edme Mariotte in 1660s.


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