campimeter

[ kam-pim-i-ter ]
/ kæmˈpɪm ɪ tər /

noun Ophthalmology.

an instrument for determining the visual field.

Nearby words

  1. camphorate,
  2. camphorated oil,
  3. camphoric,
  4. camphorweed,
  5. campignian,
  6. campimetrical,
  7. campimetry,
  8. campin,
  9. campina grande,
  10. campinas

Origin of campimeter

1885–90; < Latin campi- (combining form of campus field) + -meter

Related formscam·pi·met·ri·cal [kam-puh-me-tri-kuh l] /ˌkæm pəˈmɛ trɪ kəl/, adjectivecam·pim·e·try, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for campimetry

campimetry

/ (kæmˈpɪmɪtrɪ) /

noun

a technique for assessing the central part of the visual field

Word Origin for campimetry

C20: from New Latin, from Latin campus field + -metry; see -meter

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Medicine definitions for campimetry

campimeter

[ kăm-pĭmĭ-tər ]

n.

A portable, hand-held device used to measure the visual field.

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