visual organ

(redirected from organ of vision)

vis·u·al or·gan

the eye and its adnexa.
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Of course, we invited all patients who had pathological changes in the organ of vision to have an in-depth ophthalmologic examination.
Seen another way, Earth is an eye, a cerulean organ of vision that bravely looks outward at the infinite black reaches, its curiosity unblinking and eternal.
The traditional medical focus is on the organ of vision, its structure and functioning.
In it, Lorente simply and resoundingly speaks of the eye both as a mechanism to be understood scientifically and as the organ of vision. In fact, all of the pieces in the show deal with the same theme: reality--understood as something grasped within scientific parameters--and how we perceive it, namely, not at all scientifically.