monofixation syndrome

monofixation syndrome

a small-angle strabismus (fewer than 10 prism diopters) with central fixation by the preferred eye, central suppression of the deviating eye, and binocular fusion of peripheral vision
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mon·o·fix·a·tion syn·drome

(mon'ō-fik-sā'shŭn sin'drōm)
A small-angle strabismus (fewer than 10 prism diopters) with central fixation by the preferred eye, central suppression of the deviating eye, and binocular fusion of peripheral vision.
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monofixation syndrome

(mŏn″ō-fĭk-sā′shĭn) [″ + ″]
An inability of the eyes to bifixate.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Monofixation syndrome: a frequent end stage of strabismus surgery.
Acquired monofixation syndrome. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabis 1989; 26: 169-172.