laterotorsion

laterotorsion

 [lat″er-o-tor´shun]
turning of the eyeball to the left or right on its anteroposterior axis.
Forward gaze A contrasted with laterotorsion B. From Dorland's, 2000.
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lat·er·o·tor·sion

(lat'ĕr-ō-tōr'shŭn),
A twisting to one side; denoting rotation of the eyeball around its anteroposterior axis, so that the top part of the cornea turns away from the sagittal plane.
[latero- + L. torsio, a twisting]
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lat·er·o·tor·sion

(lat'ĕr-ō-tōr'shŭn)
A twisting to one side; denoting rotation of the eyeball around its anteroposterior axis, so that the top part of the cornea turns away from the sagittal plane.
[latero- + L. torsio, a twisting]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012