Rhodophylaxis



rhodophylaxis rho·do·phy·lax·is (rō’dō-fə-lāk’sĭs)
n.
The action of the pigment cells of the choroid of the eye in preserving or facilitating the regeneration of rhodopsin.
rho’do·phy·lac’tic (-lāk’tĭk) adj.

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