from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to the retina exclusively: as, idioretinal light, a subjective sensation of light originating in the retina itself.
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The greater ease of vertical as compared with horizontal movements recalls an observation of Ladd,  in which the idioretinal light was willed into the shape of a cross.
If at any time, except when the eyes are quite fresh, one closes one's eyes and attends to the after-images, some will be found which are so faint as to be just barely distinguishable from the idioretinal light.
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