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correspondence

 [kor″ĕ-spon´dens]
the condition of being in agreement or conformity.
retinal correspondence the state concerned with the impingement of image-producing stimuli on the retinas of the two eyes.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dents),
In optics, those points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

correspondence

/cor·re·spon·dence/ (kor″is-pon´dins) the condition of being in agreement or conformity.
anomalous retinal correspondence  a condition in which disparate points on the retinas of the two eyes come to be associated sensorially.
normal retinal correspondence  the condition in which the corresponding points on the retinas of the two eyes are associated sensorially.
retinal correspondence  the state concerned with the impingement of image-producing stimuli on the retinas of the two eyes.

correspondence

(in ophthalmology) the relationship between corresponding points on each retina. The simultaneous stimulation of the points results in the sensation of viewing a single object.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dĕns)
optics The points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

cor·re·spon·dence

(kōr'ĕ-spon'dĕns)
optics the points on each retina that have the same visual direction.

correspondence,

n written or typed communication between two individuals or groups of individuals.
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