dysmegalopsia

dysmegalopsia

[dis′megəlop′sē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, dys + megas, large, opsis, appearance
an inability to judge the size or measure of an object accurately. Also called dysmetropsia.

dysmegalopsia

(dĭs″mĕg-ă-lŏp′sē-ă) [″ + megas, big, + opsis, vision]
Inability to visualize correctly the size of objects; they appear larger than they really are.

dysmegalopsia

A condition in which the perceptual size of objects is abnormal. Objects may appear larger (macropsia) or smaller (micropsia).