Definition of Opacities

1. Noun. (plural of opacity) ¹



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Definition of Opacities

1. opacity [n] - See also: opacity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opacities

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opacate
opacated
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opacating
opacification
opacifications
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opacifier
opacifiers
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opacities (current term)
opacity
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opah
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opal codon
opal mutation
opal suppressor
opaled
opalesce
opalesced

Literary usage of Opacities

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1. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs (1911)
"I. opacities OF THE LENS. A. General Considerations. 88. opacities of the lens, called cataract,2 may be situated in the lens itself or in the capsule. ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Ophthalmology by Lawrance Webster Fox (1920)
"In the hemorrhagic opacities absorption seldom occurs without damage to the eye. opacities Di THE VITREOUS The formation of opacities in the vitreous may be ..."

3. Manual of the diseases of the eye by Charles Henry May (1901)
"They are often obstinate and persist until the patient ceases to look for them and thus forgets their existence. opacities OF THE VITREOUS. ..."

4. The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery by Daniel Drake, Lundsford Pitts Yandell (1850)
"opacities resulting from the or ginal structure having been destroyed by sloughing, ... opacities of the cornea, arising as they do from a great variety of ..."

5. A Text-book of the Diseases of the Small Domestic Animals by Oscar Victor Brumley (1921)
"opacities OF THE CORNEA. Most opacities of the cornea result from inflammation. ... Superficial opacities are more readily removed than deeper ones. ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on the Medical and Surgical Uses of Electricity by George Miller Beard, Alphonso David Rockwell (1888)
"opacities of the Cornea.—The electric currents have been employed with more or less success for opacities of the cornea for many years. ..."

7. Modern ophthalmology by James Moores Ball (1908)
"opacities often occur in connection with anomalies of size and form of the cornea. ... Such opacities may be stationary or progressive after birth, ..."

8. A Handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment by Henry Rosborough Swanzy (1897)
"These terms are applied to opacities of varying degrees in the cornea, ... The first term is used for very slight opacities, often discoverable only with ..."

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