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entoptic

/ (ɛnˈtɒptɪk) /
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adjective
(of visual sensation) resulting from structures within the eye itself
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Word Origin for entoptic

ento- + optic
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Medical definitions for entoptic

entoptic
[ ĕn-tŏptĭk ]

adj.
Occurring or located within the eyeball.
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