anorthopia


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anorthopia

 [an″or-tho´pe-ah]
distorted vision in which straight lines appear as curves or angles, and symmetry is incorrectly perceived.

anorthopia

/an·or·tho·pia/ (-or-tho´pe-ah) asymmetrical or distorted vision.

anorthopia

[an′ôrthō′pē·ə]
a visual disorder in which straight lines appear to be curved or angular. The person also may have a diminished perception of symmetry.

anorthopia

(1) Visual distortion in which straight lines appear curved.
(2) Visual illusion; metamorphopsia. 
(3) Visual hallucination.

This term is not used in the working medical parlance.

anorthopia

See METAMORPHOPSIA.

anorthopia 

A perceptual anomaly in which straight lines appear curved.