cyclotropia


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cyclotropia

 [si″klo-tro´pe-ah]
strabismus in which there is permanent deviation of the eye around the anteroposterior axis in the presence of visual fusional stimuli, resulting in diplopia.

cy·clo·tro·pi·a

(sī'klō-trō'pē-a),
A disparity of ocular position in which one eye is rotated around its visual axis, with respect to the other eye.
[cyclo- + G. tropē, a turn, turning]

cyclotropia

/cy·clo·tro·pia/ (si″klo-tro´pe-ah) permanent deviation of an eye around the anteroposterior axis in the presence of visional fusional stimuli, resulting in diplopia.

cyclotropia

[sī′klōtrō′pe·ə]
(in ophthalmology) a condition in which the ocular position of one eye is rotated around its axis with respect to the other eye.

cy·clo·tro·pi·a

(sī'klō-trō'pē-a)
A disparity of ocular position in which one eye is rotated around its visual axis, with respect to the other eye.
[cyclo- + G. tropē, a turn, turning]

cyclotropia 

Type of strabismus in which there is a deviation around the anteroposterior axis of one eye (or both eyes) relative to the vertical meridian. See cyclophoria.

cyclotropia

strabismus in which there is permanent deviation of the eye around the anteroposterior axis in the presence of visual fusional stimuli, resulting in diplopia.