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maculate

 [mak´u-lāt]
spotted or blotched.

mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt),
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.

mac·u·lar

, maculate (mak'yū-lăr, -lāt)
1. Relating to or marked by macules.
2. Denoting the central retina, especially the macula retinae.

maculate

spotted or blotched.
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