from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In polyclads, one of a group of eyes lying above the brain: distinguished from tentacular *eyes and marginal *eyes.


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  • Cataract and implanted lens questions were next in prevalence, followed by brain-eye problems (neuro-ophthalmology), children's eye alignment (strabismus), eye cancers, and general discomfort or blurry vision.

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  • But the older the child is, the less effective the treatment - and by age 9, brain-eye connections are pretty well set.

    The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines 2008


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