teleopsia

teleopsia

 [tel″e-op´se-ah]
a visual disturbance in which objects appear to be farther away than they actually are.

tel·e·op·si·a

(tel'ē-op'sē-ă),
An error in judging the distance of objects arising from lesions in the parietal temporal region.
[G. tēle, distant, + opsis, vision]

teleopsia

/tele·op·sia/ (-op´se-ah) a visual disturbance in which objects appear to be farther away than they actually are.

tel·e·op·si·a

(tel'ē-op'sē-ă)
An error in judging the distance of objects caused by lesions in the parietal-temporal region of the cerebral cortex.
[G. tēle, distant, + opsis, vision]

teleopsia 

Anomaly of visual perception in which objects appear to be much further away than they actually are. It may be due to vision in a hazy atmosphere, intoxication, neurosis, etc. See metamorphopsia.
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