leucoma

[loo-koh-muh]

leukoma

or leu·co·ma

[loo-koh-muh]
noun Pathology.
  1. a dense, white opacity of the cornea.

Origin of leukoma

From the New Latin word leucoma, dating back to 1700–10. See leuko-, -oma
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British Dictionary definitions for leucoma

leucoma

noun
  1. pathol a white opaque scar of the cornea
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leucoma in Medicine

leukoma

[lōō-kōmə]
n. pl. leu•ko•mas
  1. A dense white opacity of the cornea.
Related formsleu•koma•tous (lōō-kŏmə-təs) adj.
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