- (of visual sensation) resulting from structures within the eye itself
ento- + optic
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Examples from the Web for entoptic
In their simplest spontaneous form they are the cerebral sequel of external vision, just as after-images are its entoptic sequel.Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death
Frederick W. H. Myers
The part played by entoptic perceptions of light in the origin of hallucinations deserves further consideration.
The entoptic phenomena in darkness favoured the occurrence of hallucinations.
- Occurring or located within the eyeball.
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