dysharmonious retinal correspondence

dys·har·mo·ni·ous retinal cor·re·spon·dence

a type of anomalous retinal correspondence in which the angle of the visual direction of the two retinas is different from the objective angle of the strabismus.

dys·har·mo·ni·ous ret·i·nal cor·res·pon·dence

(dis'hahr-mō'nē-ŭs ret'i-năl kōr'ĕ-spon'dĕns)
A type of anomalous retinal correspondence in which the angle of the visual direction of the two retinas is different from the objective angle of the strabismus.