photophobic


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pho·to·pho·bic

(fō'tō-fō'bik),
Relating to or suffering from photophobia.

photophobic

(fō′tə-fō′bĭk)
adj.
1. Exhibiting photophobia.
2. Avoiding light.

pho·to·pho·bic

(fō'tō-fō'bik)
Relating to or suffering from photophobia.
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The sample color was the result of trial and error from previous patients, predominantly with cone-rod dystrophy, who were extremely photophobic and may have experienced blepharospasms," a dystonia that results in uncontrollable contraction of the muscle that causes the eye to blink, Dr.
Although these studies measure grazing rates only during the first 2-3 h of the experimental period, they support the hypothesis of an early development of nocturnal feeding habits even though, during the first weeks after settlement, abalone postlarvae do not display photophobic behavior and show feeding activity even under constant illumination (e.
Evidence on photophobic habits in abalone postlarvae can also be extracted from studies comparing different light intensities by shading procedures.
Resources and ammo in the tunnels are scarce so stealth is often encouraged (although you can go gung ho at any time), and you'll expend much energy either extinguishing lights to sneak past humans, or huddling beneath them to ward off photophobic beasts.
There were no seizures, syncope or photophobic events.
This patient presented reporting an extremely painful, photophobic right eye since the morning.
The patient typically presents with a painful, photophobic eye, with evidence of neovascularisation and inflammation.
25) Photochromic or contrast enhancing lenses may also be considered for patients with photophobic or contrast problems, respectively, and for protection from ultraviolet (UV) light.