English version

ocular in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishocularoc‧u‧lar /ˈɒkjələ $ ˈɑːkjələr/ adjective medical  HBHrelating to your eyes or your ability to see ocular muscles
Examples from the Corpus
ocularImmunocytes with distinct cytoplasmic fluorescence were counted using an ×25 immersion objective and an ×10 ocular.This material shows the potential advantages of hydrogel IOLs, which are now used extensively in ocular applications.This figure may suggest colour by ocular diffraction.Improved cleanliness of young children can reduce the nasal and ocular discharges that constitute a major reservoir of infectious material.Ocular drug delivery Another area of interest is that of using synthetic polymers for sustained ocular drug delivery.Another approach to ocular drug delivery is to insert a solid polymer device beneath the lid.Those on moderate or low doses of inhaled steroids showed no increased risk of glaucoma or ocular hypertension.ocular movement