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dysadaptation

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noun dys·ad·ap·ta·tion \dis-ˌad-ˌap-ˈtā-shən, -əp-\

Medical Definition of dysadaptation

  1. :  an impaired ability of the iris and retina to adapt properly to variations in light intensities that is often indicative of vitamin A deficiency


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