loss of stereoscopic vision


loss of stereoscopic vision
   The term loss of stereoscopic vision is used to denote a type of " metamorphopsia characterized by a two-dimensional or 'flat' appearance of a stereoscopically perceived environment. The term is used in opposition to "enhanced stereoscopic vision.
   References
   Critchley, M. (1949). Metamorphopsia of central origin. Transactions ofthe Ophthalmologic Society of the UK, 69, 111-121.

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