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The act of spotting; a spot; a blemish
{n} a spot, stain, pollution
{i} act of spotting or staining; condition of being spotted or stained; spot or stain; condition of being marked with maculae
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An oval yellow spot near the center of the retina of the human eye, histologically defined as having two or more layers of ganglion cells, responsible for detailed central vision
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A rather large spot or blotch of color
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In planetary geology, an unusually dark area on the surface of a planet or moon
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{n} a spot, stain, pollution
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The center of the retina Used for direct focusing
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the small area of your retina responsible for central vision The macula allows you to see tiny detail, read fine print, read street signs and drive
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{i} spot, stain, blemish (especially on the skin); sunspot; mackle, smudge, blur (Printing)
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= the specialized part of the retina responsible for sharp central vision (the ability to see detail)
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A dark spot
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the part of the retina in the eye used for reading and seeing fine detail
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An oval yellow spot near the center of the retina of the human eye, having a diameter of about 1.5 mm and often histologically defined as having two or more layers of ganglion cells
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the focusing portion of the eye that allows us to see fine details clearly
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The most sensitive part of the retina It is responsible for our central, or reading vision This part of the retina gives us 20/20 vision
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small, specialized central area of the retina, surrounding the fovea, which is responsible for acute central vision back to text
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A spot, as on the skin, or on the surface of the sun or of some other luminous orb
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the pigmented central area on the retina that is devoid of blood vessels The macula is the most sensitive area of the retina and is responsible for retinal nourishment Macular degeneration refers to the atrophy of the macula, which may lead to vision loss
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The central portion of the retina The macula contains a dense concentration of cone photoreceptor cells that help us see fine visual detail and color vision Only primates (human and monkey) have maculas
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The small, sensitive area of the central retina Allows one to see objects clearly and distinct at both distance and close-up
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a patch of skin that is discolored but not usually elevated; caused by various diseases
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The macula is a special group of cells in the center of the retina The macula is involved in seeing fine detail, as in reading small print, doing many craft hobbies, and seeing road signs at a distance Macular degeneration can occur with aging, which is one reason why regular eye exams are important for adults even when your eyeglasses or contact lenses don't seem to need an update
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Small centralized area of the retina responsible for acute central vision Damage to this portion of the retina severely limits a patient's ability to read, recognize faces and perform any other task that requires straight-ahead vision See Free Eye Tests
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The central area of the retina
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a cooler darker spot appearing periodically on the sun's photosphere; associated with a strong magnetic field
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The small, sensitive area of the central retina; provides vision for fine work and reading
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The area of the retina responsible for detail vision, like reading and recognizing faces, and color vision
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The macula is a small anatomical area in the inner ear and the eye; it contains an increased number of nerve cells In the inner ear, it is the patch of sensory hair that provides information about the position of the body in relation to gravity, also known as the otolith organ of the ear In the eye, the macula is a shallow depression in the retina of the eye, opposite the lens It contains a large concentration of cones and is specialized for the perception of color and sharp intense images
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The small, sensitive area of the central retina that contains light sensitive nerve cells called "cones " It provides vision for fine work and reading
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The center of the retina It is responsible for straight ahead vision, best (reading) vision, and the majority of color vision
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The small, sensitive area of the central retina, providing vision for fine work and reading
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A small central area of the retina responsible for the sharp, clear vision needed to look directly at an object
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the portion of the eye that allows us to see fine details clearly
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The central portion of the retina responsible for high detail, color vision
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The pigmented central area or "yellow spot" of the retina that is adjacent to the optic nerve It is the most sensitive area of the retina and contains the fovea, a depressed region that is responsible for detailed central vision
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a yellowish central area of the retina that is rich in cones and that mediates clear detailed vision
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within the organs of balance, area containing sensory cells which measure head position
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