binocularity


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binocularity

(bĭn-ŏk-ū-lăr′ĭ-tē) [″]
The coordinated use of both eyes. It is also known as eye teaming.
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The clinical detection of AHP due to ocular causes is very important for several reasons, including the possibility of developing secondary and permanent torticollis as a result of muscular and soft tissue changes due to delayed treatment, loss of binocularity that may occur if the AHP cannot be maintained, and development of amblyopia.
Binocularity following surgical correction of strabismus in adults.
Therefore, lack of binocularity, per se, cannot be the cause of latent nystagmus.
Thus, sensitivity to motion in depth requires binocularity, but not necessarily stereopsis.
They felt that the student who understood normal binocularity would be better able to study its abnormalities as the next step.
The development of symmetrical OKN (ie, the onset of nasalward-temporalward monocular responses) has been linked to the onset of binocularity, since OKN remains asymmetrical in strabismus.
These findings, which are all assessments of binocular function, suggest that binocularity is not a major factor in predicting reading difficulties.
2) An early interruption to binocularity, typically from infantile esotropia syndrome, often results in three clinical signs which persist throughout life, even if the visual axes are surgically straightened.
This series of articles aims to explore eye movements and binocularity in terms of the motor function, binocular alignment and the consequences of misalignment of the visual axes.