People who lived in previous centuries who had trouble seeing street signs,
reading small print, or suddenly had horrible eye pain, would have visited an
He spent a miserable night, and went next day to Louvain, to see the
French oculiste, from Latin oculus. First Known Use: 1615. Medical Dictionary.
A physician who treats diseases of the eyes; an ophthalmologist. 2. An optometrist. [From Latin oculus, eye; see ok- in Indo-European roots.] American ...
An ophthalmologist or optician: he visited an
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