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English definition of “retinal”

retinal

adjective /ˈret.i.nəl/ us  // specialized
relating to the retina (= the area at the back of the eye that receives light): retinal detachment Most retinal eye disease can be treated successfully by laser therapy. The disease can result in retinal damage and loss of vision.
(Definition of retinal from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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