trachoma

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New Latin, from Ancient Greek τράχωµα (trákhōµa, roughness), from τρᾱχύς (trākhús, rough) + -ωμα (-ōma, noun suffix).

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trachoma (plural trachomas or trachomata)

  1. (medicine) An infectious disease of the eyelid caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.

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