- entophthalmic phenomenon
- The term entophthalmic phenomenon is indebted to the Greek words entos (inside) and ophthalmos (eye). It was proposed in 1978 by the American neuroscientist Christopher W. Tyler as a substitute for the term " entoptic phenomenon. For a further explanation ofthe term's intended use, see the entry Entoptic phenomenon.ReferencesTyler, C.W. (1978). Some new entoptic phenomena. Vision Research, 18, 1633-1639.
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