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ophthalmic
American English: /ɑfˈθælmɪk/
, /ɑpˈθælmɪk/
British English: /ɒfˈθalmɪk/
, /ɒpˈθalmɪk/

Translation of ophthalmic in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (artery/vein)
    1.2
    (clinic)
    oftalmológico
    de oftalmología
    Example sentences
    • For 50 years Dr Magauran worked as an ophthalmic medical practitioner for a firm of opticians in Sutton and Epsom and also saw private patients in her home.
    • This text will be of interest primarily to veterinary ophthalmologists, ophthalmic pathologists, and ocular oncologists.
    • Now, there are only 5,000 optometrists, 15,000 ophthalmic surgeons and 25,000 opticians.

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