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 (jē′ə-grăf′ĭk) also ge·o·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
1. Of or relating to geography.
2. Concerning the topography of a specific region.

ge′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.geographic - of or relating to the science of geography
2.geographic - determined by geography; "the north and south geographic poles"
magnetic - determined by earth's magnetic fields; "magnetic north"; "the needle of a magnetic compass points to the magnetic north pole"
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[dʒɪəˈgræfɪk] geographical [dʒɪəˈgræfɪkl] adjgeografico/a
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(dʒiˈogrəfi) noun
the science that describes the surface of the Earth and its inhabitants. He is studying geography.
geˈographer noun
a person who studies geography.
geographic(al) (dʒiəˈgrӕfik(əl)) adjective
a geographical study of the area.
ˌgeoˈgraphically adverb
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a. que fisicamente muestra manchas naturales o superficiales;
___ keratitisqueratitis ___;
___ retinal atrophyatrofia retinal ___;
___ skullcráneo ___.
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Well-known complications of topical steroids include the formation of a geographic ulcer if given in the presence of a dendritic herpetic ulcer, cataract formation and increased intra-ocular pressure.
Herpetic epithelial viral keratitis presents classically as a dendritic ulcer but may vary in severity from punctate corneal staining to a large geographic ulcer. Associated conjunctivitis is common (Fig.

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