[en-top-ik] /ɛnˈtɒp ɪk/
being or occurring in the usual place.
(anatomy) situated in its normal place or position See also ectopia
entopic en·top·ic (ěn-tŏp’ĭk)
Occurring or situated in the normal place.
[en-tuh-prokt] /ˈɛn təˌprɒkt/ noun, Zoology. 1. any of various sessile, chiefly marine, mosslike animals of the phylum (formerly a subphylum of Bryophyta), occasionally solitary polyps but usually forming branching colonies, each individual polyp having an almost closed ring of tentacles within which lie the mouth and anus. adjective 2. belonging or pertaining to the phylum […]
[en-tuh-prok-tuh] /ˌɛn təˈprɒk tə/ noun 1. a small phylum of invertebrates comprising the : considered a subphylum of Bryozoa, from which it is distinguished by having the anus of the polyp near the mouth within the crown of tentacles.
/ɛnˈtɒptɪk/ adjective 1. (of visual sensation) resulting from structures within the eye itself entoptic ent·op·tic (ěn-tŏp’tĭk) adj. Occurring or located within the eyeball.
entoretina en·to·ret·i·na (ěn’tō-rět’n-ə) n. The internal or nervous portion of the retina, consisting of five layers from the outer plexiform to the nerve fiber layer.