Medical Dictionary

floater

noun float·er \ˈflōt-ər\

Definition of FLOATER

:  a bit of optical debris (as a dead cell or cell fragment) in the vitreous body or lens that may be perceived as a spot before the eye; also :  a spot in the visual field due to such debris—usually used in plural; compare muscae volitantes
March 29, 2015
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