Plácido's disk

[plah-si-dohz]

noun Ophthalmology.

a device marked with concentric black rings, used to detect corneal irregularities.

Origin of Plácido's disk

after A. Plácido da Costa (1848–1916), Portuguese ophthalmologist, who devised it
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placido's disk in Medicine

Placido's disk

[plä-sēdōz]

n.

keratoscope
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