phose

phose

 [fōz]
a subjective visual sensation, as of light or color.
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phose

(fōz),
A subjective visual sensation, such as the perception of a flash of light or color.
[G. phōs, light]
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phose

(fōz)
Subjective visual sensation (e.g., light).
[G. phōs, light]
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