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clinometer

[klīnom′ətər]
an instrument used to measure angular convergence of the eyes or the degree of paralysis of extraocular muscles. Also called clinoscope.

clinometer

(klī-nŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [Gr. klinein, to slope, + metron, measure]
An instrument formerly used for estimating torsional deviation of the eyes; used to measure ocular muscle paralysis.

clinometer 

Apparatus used to measure ocular torsion.
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