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synechia

Terms vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between terms and synechia

is that terms is while synechia is (medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

Synechia vs Synechiae - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between synechia and synechiae

is that synechia is (medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia) while synechiae is .

Posterior vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between posterior and synechia

is that posterior is (euphemistic) the buttocks while synechia is (medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

As an adjective posterior

is located behind, or towards the rear of an object.

Lens vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between lens and synechia

is that lens is lentil while synechia is (medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

Anterior vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As an adjective anterior

is before in place.

As a noun synechia is

(medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

Cornea vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between cornea and synechia

is that cornea is the transparent layer making up the outermost front part of the eye, covering the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber while synechia is an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

Adhere vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As a verb adhere

is .

As a noun synechia is

(medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

Iris vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between iris and synechia

is that iris is a plant of the genus Iris, common in the northern hemisphere, and generally having attractive blooms (Wikipedia) while synechia is an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).

As a verb iris

is to open or close in the manner of an iris.

As a proper noun Iris

is a messenger of the gods, and goddess of rainbows.

Eye vs Synechia - What's the difference?

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As a proper noun eye

is (uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

As a noun synechia is

(medicine) an eye condition in which the iris adheres either to the cornea (anterior synechia) or to the lens (posterior synechia).