Hirschberg test

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Hirsch·berg test

(hĭrsh'bĕrg),
a test of binocular motor alignment by which a penlight is shone at the eyes and the position of the light reflex on the cornea observed, allowing an estimate of the amount of deviation, if present.
Synonym(s): Hirschberg method
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Hirsch·berg test

(hĕrsh'berg test)
A test of binocular motor alignment by which a penlight is shone at the eyes and the position of the light reflex on the cornea observed, allowing an estimate of the amount of deviation, if present.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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