amaurosis definition

  • noun:
    • Total lack of vision, particularly when occurring without pathological changes to the attention.
    • any style of loss of sight which accompanied to no obvious change to the eye; the result of disease associated with optic neurological
    • A loss or decay of sight, from reduced energy inside optic neurological, without any perceptible outside change in a person's eye; -- labeled as also gutta serena, the “drop serene” of Milton.
    • A partial or total losing picture separate of any discoverable lesion in eye itself: previously and still sometimes known as gutta, serena; by Milton “a fall serene,” P. L., iii. 25.
    • limited or complete lack of sight without pathology of attention; caused by illness of optic neurological or retina or brain

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