Stiles-Crawford effect

noun
Stiles-Craw·​ford effect | \ ˌstīlz-ˈkrȯ-fərd- How to pronounce Stiles-Crawford effect (audio) \

Medical Definition of Stiles-Crawford effect

: an optical phenomenon in which light passing through the center of the pupil is perceived as more intense than light passing through the periphery of the pupil

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