amblygeustia am·bly·geu·sti·a (ām’blĭ-gyōō’stē-ə, -jōō’-)
A dulled sense of taste.
amblyomma Amblyomma Am·bly·om·ma (ām’blē-ŏm’ə) n. A genus of ticks of the Ixodidae family, certain species of which are vectors of Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Historical Examples amblyomma americanum, (fig. 158c), the “lone star tick,” is widely distributed in the United States. Handbook of Medical Entomology William Albert Riley In the extreme southern portions of Texas, […]
dimness of sight, without apparent organic defect. Historical Examples The occurrence of amblyopia as a result of non-use has been deductively constructed and is not inductively proved by observation. Schweigger on Squint C. Schweigger Leber has recently joined those cases which are described as blindness through blepharospasm, to amblyopia from disuse. Schweigger on Squint C. […]
an instrument used to train an amblyopic eye to function properly. amblyoscope am·bly·o·scope (ām’blē-ə-skōp’) n. A reflecting stereoscope used for measuring or training binocular vision and for stimulating vision in an amblyopic eye.
one of the primitive ungulate mammals of the extinct order Pantodonta, from the Paleocene and Eocene epochs, having a massive body and short legs.