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het·er·on·y·mous

(het'ĕr-on'i-mŭs), Do not confuse this word with heteronomous.
Having different names or expressed in different terms.
[G. heterōnymos, having a different name, fr. onyma, or onoma, name]
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het·er·on·y·mous

(het'ĕr-on'i-mŭs)
Having different names.
[G. heterōnymos, having a different name, fr. onyma, or onoma, name]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

het·er·on·y·mous

(het'ĕr-on'i-mŭs)
Having different names or expressed in different terms.
[G. heterōnymos, having a different name, fr. onyma, or onoma, name]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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(Patient's view) showing binocular heteronymous crossed diplopia with false image higher with upper end tilted towards paralyzed side.
Modulation of transmission in group II heteronymous pathways by tizanidine in spastic hemiplegic patients.
(46) For Kant, the claim was that the two substances had to operate by different principles, and that a heteronymous descriptive laws governing body could not replace the rational mind's insistence on following reason as a self-imposed determinant of autonomous human actions.
The differences in the H reflex modulation in these tasks is evidence that the changes seen during the gait cycle are not simply due to the [alpha]-motor neuron excitation level, as indicated by electromyography (EMG), but also may be modulated by supraspinal, homonymous, and heteronymous afferent inputs and interneuronal activity, as well as by intrinsic properties of the motor neuron.
Mauriac confirmed his allegiance to the heteronymous pole when he started writing for the right-wing Echo de Paris in 1932 and was elected to the Academie Francaise in 1933.
In this heteronymous organization of territorial rights and claims, it makes little sense to insist on distinctions between "internal" and "external" political realms, separated by clearly demarcated boundaries.
An independent or autonomous person is self-determined, whereas the heteronymous person's will is determined by something outside of the person.
On the contrary, Adorno--rightly, I would argue--suggests that the images have a remainder of un-transfigured, heteronymous content.
According to the standard bioethical picture, Lara's decision will be autonomous if she makes it herself, on the basis of good information, and it will be heteronymous and paternalistically co-opted if her doctor makes it for her or takes it out of her hands in some less direct way.