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monocular

 [mon-ok´u-ler]
1. pertaining to one eye.
2. having but one eyepiece, as in a microscope.

mon·oc·u·lar

(mon-ok'yū-lăr),
Relating to, affecting, or visible by one eye only.
[mono- + L. oculus, eye]

monocular

/mon·oc·u·lar/ (mon-ok´u-ler)
1. pertaining to or having only one eye.
2. having only one eyepiece, as in a microscope.

monocular

(mŏ-nŏk′yə-lər, mə-)
adj.
1. Having or relating to one eye.
2. Of, relating to, or intended for use by only one eye: a monocular microscope.

mo·noc′u·lar·ly adv.

mon·oc·u·lar

(mon-ok'yū-lăr)
Relating to, affecting, or visible by one eye only.
[mono- + L. oculus, eye]

monocular

Pertaining to one eye. Syn. uniocular.

monocular

1. pertaining to one eye.
2. having but one eyepiece, as in a microscope.
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In addition, the WAM 5500 auto-refractor was used to assess the accommodative stimulus/ response (AS/R) function [1,14] to a high-contrast reduced Snellen chart stimuli monocularly in the right eye (OD); the left eye (OS) was fully occluded with a black eye patch.
Thus, they would still diverge to fuse the background, and the monocularly presented virtual objects would still appear toward or on the background wall.
00D trial lens monocularly over each eye while wearing the full distance correction, and asking the patient whether the view is clearer when the lens is over the right eye or the left eye.
If the patient saw just one of the images binocularly and both of the monocularly presented images, it was determined that one eye was being suppressed and the other eye had the dominant PRL.
The second reason for using an enumeration task was to examine whether, in a cluttered array of monocularly identical stimuli, some small subset could be marked for prioritized processing through the use of simple disparity information.
The SML is implanted monocularly in the patient's best eye.
Training was performed both monocularly (5 min) and binocularly (5 min).
In an adjustable lens system, the user can adjust the distance between the screens and the lenses either monocularly or binocularly.
The goal is to perform the task monocularly in 15 seconds.
We instructed the participants to read the charts monocularly using their better-seeing eye, which was also the trained eye, at a standard reading distance of 16 in.
Participants sat 1 m from a standard monochrome TV receiver operating at 50 Hz and 625 lines/frame interlaced (similar to that used by Corbett & White, 1976) and viewed the screen monocularly through a correcting lens (if required), a neutral density filter wedge, and a dove prism (Figure 2).
The examination is undertaken monocularly and does not require special equipment.