dextrotorsion

dex·tro·tor·sion

(deks'trō-tōr'shŭn),
1. A twisting to the right.
2. In ophthalmology, a seldom-used term for a conjugate rotation of the upper pole of both corneas to the right.
[dextro- + L. torsio, a twisting]

dex·tro·tor·sion

(deks'trō-tōr'shŭn)
1. A twisting to the right.
2. ophthalmology A conjugate rotation of the upper pole of both corneas to the right.
[dextro- + L. torsio, a twisting]

dextroclination

Rotation of the upper pole of the vertical meridian of an eye to the subject's right. Syn. dextrocycloduction; dextrotorsion.
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