monocular vision


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Noun1.monocular vision - vision with only one eyemonocular vision - vision with only one eye    
visual modality, visual sense, vision, sight - the ability to see; the visual faculty
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As temporary, monocular vision loss can be attributed to blood vessel clots among other things, Moorfields Eye Hospital researcher, Dr Gordon Plant, stressed the importance of practitioners taking a detailed history of the patient's symptoms.
Many studies have shown that binocular vision significantly contributes to the result of some activities as compared to monocular vision (26).
In our study, monocular vision is different from binocular vision in the results of computer automatic optometry and comprehensive optometry.
Although, amblyopia is the most common cause of monocular vision loss in population under 40 years, accounting for more cases than trauma and all other causes combined there is only few study which reflects the ocular morbidity in our country.
The eye screening is particularly useful for early diagnosis of Monocular Vision, which sufferers are often unaware of until they watch a 3D movie.
The eye-screening is particularly useful for early diagnosis of Monocular Vision, which sufferers are often unaware of until they watch a 3D movie, according to a media statement.
Kwarteng and Paxman should not raid the specialist literature for examples of events and behaviours which support their mostly negative understandings of the imperial past but it leads to a monocular vision.