binocular vision


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Noun1.binocular vision - vision involving the use of both eyesbinocular vision - vision involving the use of both eyes
visual modality, visual sense, vision, sight - the ability to see; the visual faculty
stereoscopic vision, stereoscopy - three-dimensional vision produced by the fusion of two slightly different views of a scene on each retina
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Be able to elicit relevant detail from patients presenting with binocular vision anomalies (Group 1.1.2) Be able to manage patients presenting with diplopia (Group 8.1.7)
The study group included 26 subjects (10 males, 16 females; age within the range 23-89 years, mean: 58 [+ or -] 23 years) with normal binocular vision: 10 were emmetropic or emmetropized by contact lenses, and 16 were presbyopic functionally emmetropic subjects.
The sensory status in IXT is double as normal binocular vision alternates with suppression of the deviated eye.
As with other binocular vision problems, the primary aim of therapy for those with strabismus is rest, single, pure, normal binocular vision at all spaces and ways of view (Eskridge, 1993).
If mantises had binocular vision, they'd react to 3-D movies as if objects were right in front of them.
Eye movement in the nine cardinal gaze positions was examined, and the binocular vision (BV) function of communicative patients was assessed by Titmus and Worth 4 dot tests.
G-3: No binocular vision. Initiation age of RAE, duration of deviation, refractive error, amblyopia, amblyopia treatment, anisometropia, visual acuity, family history, angle of deviation for distance and near at each group and the prognostic factors affecting stereoacuity were analyzed.
They will ask you to read letters off a chart, measure any current glasses, look at the position of your eyes and assess how well you can move them and how well they're working together (binocular vision).
Designed as a research tool, the PR2 has a pair of arms with versatile grippers and a "head" with cameras for binocular vision and other sensors.
Hubble Telemedical complements the company's other recently announced vision screening technologies, including Welch Allyn RETeval-DR, a handheld diabetic retinopathy assessment device (not yet available in the United States) and Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener, a handheld, binocular vision screener targeting amblyopic risk factors in young children.
Edith Pearlman has been publishing award-winning stories since the late 1970s, but became more widely known in 2012, when her story collection Binocular Vision won both the PEN/Malamud and National Book Critics Circle awards and was a finalist for numerous others.
No binocular vision. I had no clue how to land an airplane by visual reference without depth perception.