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orthoscopic

 [or″tho-skop´ik]
1. pertaining to orthoscopy or an orthoscope.
2. having normal, undistorted vision.
3. pertaining to an optical system that produces undistorted images.

orthoscopic

/or·tho·scop·ic/ (or″tho-skop´ik)
1. affording a correct and undistorted view.
2. pertaining to an orthoscope.

orthoscopic

(ôr′thə-skŏp′ĭk)
adj.
1. Having normal vision; free from visual distortion.
2. Giving an undistorted image. Used of an optical instrument.

orthoscopic

1. affording a correct and undistorted view.
2. pertaining to orthoscopy.
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