Scleromalacia: Degenerative thinning of the sclera, the tough white coat that covers most of the back of the eyeball and that is continuous with the cornea in the front of the eye.
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scleromalacia /scleÃ‚Â·roÃ‚Â·maÃ‚Â·laÃ‚Â·cia/ (sklÃ„â€œrÃ¢â‚¬Â³o-mah-laÃ‚Â´shah) degeneration and thinning (softening) of the sclera, occurring in rheumatoid arthritis.
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n. Degenerative thinning of the sclera , occurring in persons with rheumatoid arthritis and other collagen disorders.
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