chromatism


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chromatism

 [kro´mah-tizm]
abnormal pigment deposits.

chro·ma·tism

(krō'mă-tizm),
1. Abnormal pigmentation.
2. Synonym(s): chromatic aberration
[G. chrōma, color]

chromatism

/chro·ma·tism/ (kro´mah-tizm) abnormal pigment deposits.

chromatism

[krō′mətiz′əm/] chroma, color + ismos, condition]
1 an abnormal condition characterized by hallucinations in which the affected individual sees colored lights.
2 abnormal pigmentation or aberration.

chro·ma·tism

(krō'mă-tizm)
1. Abnormal pigmentation.
2. Synonym(s): chromatic aberration.
[G. chrōma, color]

chromatism

1. Abnormal pigmentation.
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