photalgia


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photalgia

 [fo-tal´jah]
ocular pain caused by light.

pho·tal·gi·a

(fō-tal'jē-ă),
Light-induced pain, especially of the eyes; for example, in uveitis, the light-induced movement of the iris may be painful.
Synonym(s): photodynia, photophobia
[phot- + G. algos, pain]

photalgia

/pho·tal·gia/ (fo-tal´jah) pain, as in the eye, caused by light.

pho·tal·gi·a

(fō-tal'jē-ă)
Light-induced pain, especially affecting the eyes.
Synonym(s): photodynia.
[phot- + G. algos, pain]