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mac·u·la

 (măk′yə-lə)
n. pl. mac·u·lae (-lē′) or mac·u·las
1.
a. An opaque spot on the cornea.
b. The macula lutea.
2. See macule2.

[Middle English, from Latin.]

mac′u·lar adj.
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Translations

mac·u·lar

, maculate
a. macular, rel. a una mácula.
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