lazy eye


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lazy eye

n.

la′zy eye′


n.
1. an amblyopic eye.
[1935–40]
Translations

lazy eye

n. ambliopía, falta de coordinación en la percepción de la profundidad visual.

lazy eye

n ambliopía, ojo perezoso or vago (fam), disminución f de la agudeza visual sin lesión orgánica del ojo
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And dreaming there by the Yukon bank, with lazy eyes blinking at the fire, these sounds and sights of another world would make the hair to rise along his back and stand on end across his shoulders and up his neck, till he whimpered low and suppressedly, or growled softly, and the half-breed cook shouted at him, "Hey, you Buck, wake up!" Whereupon the other world would vanish and the real world come into his eyes, and he would get up and yawn and stretch as though he had been asleep.
Release date- 14082019 - Collaborative study shows children in the Republic of Ireland are four times more likely to suffer from amblyopia, more commonly known as a lazy eye, after the optimum treatment period than children in Northern Ireland.
Oliver was diagnosed with retinoblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer which normally affects children under the age of six, often presenting as a squint or 'lazy eye'.
Oliver was thought to have retinoblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of eye cancer which normally affects children under the age of six, often presenting as a squint or 'lazy eye', or as a ghostly white glow in the eye under certain lighting conditions.
The consultations focused on eye measurements to rule out myopia, amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus, astigmatism and hyperopia.
Essentially, it's a lazy eye, which is odd because the rest of Thomas is quite active.
RTE star Miriam O'Callaghan has revealed she had surgery to correct a lazy eye.
She was then told to go straight to Stepping Hill Hospital, where she was incorrectly diagnosed with 'lazy eye.'.
Summary: She was also suspected to be suffering from lazy eye, given the long duration of visual deprivation.
[USA], Nov 19 (ANI): According to a recent study, having 'lazy eye' can affect a child's self-esteem.
The researchers uncovered differences in how the brain processes visual information in patients with various types of lazy eye. Lazy eye, known as amblyopia, is a loss of vision that originates in the brain, typically when a child develops an eye turn.