- heteronymous diplopia
- crossed d.
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Diplopia — Di*plo pi*a, Diplopy Dip lo*py, n. [NL. diplopia, from Gr. ? double + the root of ? sight: cf. F. diplopie.] (Med.) The act or state of seeing double. [1913 Webster] Note: In crossed or heteronymous diplopia the image seen by the right eye is… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
diplopía heterónima — Eng. Heteronymous diplopia Ver diplopía cruzada … Diccionario de oftalmología
Diplopia — The condition whereby a single object appears as two objects. Also called "double vision." * * * The condition in which a single object is perceived as two objects. SYN: double vision. [diplo + G. ops, eye] crossed d. d. in which the… … Medical dictionary
heteronymous image — the two images seen when the eyes are focused on a point beyond the object; cf. crossed diplopia … Medical dictionary
crossed diplopia — double vision in which the image belonging to the right eye is displaced to the left of the image belonging to the left eye, as occurs in exotropia (divergent squint). Called also heteronymous d … Medical dictionary
Diplopy — Diplopia Di*plo pi*a, Diplopy Dip lo*py, n. [NL. diplopia, from Gr. ? double + the root of ? sight: cf. F. diplopie.] (Med.) The act or state of seeing double. [1913 Webster] Note: In crossed or heteronymous diplopia the image seen by the right… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
image — 1. Representation of an object made by the rays of light emanating or reflected from it. 2. Representation produced by x rays, ultrasound, tomography, thermography, radioisotopes, etc. 3. To produce such representations. [L. imago, likeness]… … Medical dictionary
Visual impairment — Classification and external resources ICD 10 H54 ICD … Wikipedia
parallax — 1. The apparent displacement of an object that follows a change in the position from which it is viewed. 2. See phi phenomenon. [G. alternately, fr. par allasso, to make alternate, fr. allos, other] binocular p. the difference in the angles… … Medical dictionary