binocularity


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binocularity

(bĭn-ŏk-ū-lăr′ĭ-tē) [″]
The coordinated use of both eyes. It is also known as eye teaming.
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binocularity. In this context, the use of stereoscopic devices has often
However, experiments on vision were conducted in the eighteenth century, particularly in the context of colour and binocularity, and these have generally been neglected in historical surveys.
Patients may have amblyopia and impaired binocularity despite AHP.
Tests for latent and manifest squint, binocularity and testing for near point of convergence as well as near point of accommodation were done and causes of eyestrain identified.
Tsinopoulos, "Binocularity enhances visual acuity of eyes implanted with multifocal intraocular lenses," Journal of Refractive Surgery, vol.
Four years later, Sienna is now studying at university and wears prism spectacles sometimes in very large lecture theatres to give her binocularity the support required, but otherwise is thrilled being a full time OK lens wearer with no myopia progression noted in that time.
Therefore, antisuppression treatment for strabismic amblyopia may lead to diplopia before the eyes are aligned optically or surgically or if the sensory fusion after improvement of binocularity and vision in amblyopic eye is not sufficient to prevent double vision [2].
Postoperative binocularity in adults with longstanding strabismus.
Although the refractive procedure is different between each eye, the monocular nature of this implant is not to be confused with monovision as stereopsis and binocularity are still maintained.
Animals reared with alternate monocular occlusion (AMO) have good visual acuity from each eye but the binocularity is completely disrupted.