monocular diplopia

Dictionary of Hallucinations. . 2010.

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  • monocular diplopia — the perception by the same eye of two images of a single object, due to double pupil, early cataract, irregular astigmatism, or displacement of the lens …   Medical dictionary

  • Diplopia — Double vision redirects here. For other uses, see Double vision (disambiguation). Diplopia Classification and external resources Photo showing how a patient experiences diplopia ICD 10 …   Wikipedia

  • diplopia monocularis —    Also known as monocular diplopia and hallucinatory diplopia. The term diplopia monocu laris is modern Latin for double vision with one eye . The concomitant condition is characterized by the visual perception of two identical images based on a …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • diplopia —    The term diplopia comes from the Greek words diploös (double) and opsis (seeing). It translates as double vision. The ensuing coexistence ofsim ilar images within the field of vision is called * multiplication. Diplopia can be divided into two …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • diplopía monocular — Eng. Monocular diplopia Percepción de dos imágenes de un solo objeto en la visión monocular. Monodiplopía. Poliopía monocular …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • diplopía — f. oftalm. Alteración de la percepción de las imágenes en forma de visión doble. Puede producirse una diplopía binocular, cuando las imágenes procedentes de cada ojo no se fusionan y el sujeto forma dos imágenes, una procedente de cada ojo; la… …   Diccionario médico

  • 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

  • poliopía monocular — Eng. Monocular polyopia Ver diplopía monocular …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • double vision — diplopia. [1855 60] * * * or diplopia Perception of two images of an object, usually caused by temporary or permanent eye muscle paralysis. Normally, the brain fuses slightly different images from each eye by matching corresponding points on each …   Universalium

  • Iridodialysis — Classification and external resources ICD 10 H21.5 ICD 9 364.76 Iridodialysis, sometimes known a …   Wikipedia

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