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Synonyms for eye

eyeball

eyesight

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close or shut your eyes to something

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eye something or someone up

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in or to someone's eyes

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  • in the opinion of
  • in the mind of
  • from someone's viewpoint
  • in the judgment of
  • in someone's point of view
  • in the belief of

keep an eye or your eye on someone or something

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see eye to eye

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set, clap or lay eyes on someone or something

up to your eyes

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Synonyms for eye

an organ of vision

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the faculty of seeing

the position from which something is observed or considered

a length of line folded over and joined at the ends so as to form a curve or circle

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the most intensely active central part

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a person whose work is investigating crimes or obtaining hidden evidence or information

to direct the eyes on an object

to look intently and fixedly

to look at or on attentively or carefully

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The report also includes a 10-year epidemiology forecast for the total prevalent cases of dry eye syndrome, segmented by age (in 10-year increments beginning at ages 20 years and ending at ages =80 years), sex, and severity in these markets.
InflammaDry recognises elevated levels of MMP-9 to identify patients that may otherwise be missed with other dry eye testing methods.
This is an exciting time for The New Jersey Eye Center as we continue to enrich the patient eye health with the launch of the state of the art Dry Eye Spa in the New Jersey," said James Dello Russo, managing director, New Jersey Eye Center.
People staring at screens also tend to open their eyelids wider than while doing other tasks, and the extra exposed surface area in addition to infrequent blinking can accelerate tear evaporation and is associated with dry eye disease, he said.
Schirmer test I and II and Basic Secretion Test was used for evaluation of the dry eye syndrome.
This may slow the evaporation of the tears and thus alleviate the dry eye symptoms.
Our company had an exceptional first year product launch with TearScience selling more than 100 systems, effectively treating thousands of dry eye sufferers, and proving our commercial business model.
Having proven that a test for dry eye disease was effective in assessing hydration in normal healthy participants, it was a small step to turn the research on its head and wonder whether hydration was involved in dry eye disease.
A: Heat, air conditioning, antihistamines, contact lenses, and aging are just a few things that can reduce the flow of tears and cause dry eyes.
For many, dry eye syndrome is simply uncomfortable and annoying, but for others it escalates into a vision-threatening disease.
According to the published reports from the International Dry Eye workshop, dry eye refers to multi factorial diseases of tears and ocular surface that results in symptoms of discomfort, visual disturbance and tear film instability that potentially damage the ocular surface (7, 8).
A Dry eye is a common condition, which occurs when the eyes do not make enough tears or they evaporate too quickly.
Mark Abelson, dry eye specialist at Boston's Schepens Eye Research Institute and a clinical associate professor at Harvard Medical School.
A topical eye emulsion consisting of the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporine (CYA) is a cost-effective treatment for dry eye syndrome that does not respond to other therapies, according to a new report in the February Archives of Ophthalmology, one of the Journal of the American Medical Association/Archives journals.
Board-certified ophthalmologist and founder/director of the Dry Eye Clinic Robert Latkany presents The Dry Eye Remedy: The Complete Guide to Restoring the Health and Beauty of Your Eyes, a guide written especially to help the 77 million Americans (and millions of others worldwide) who suffer from "dry eye", also known as dysfunctional tear syndrome.