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or·thop·tics

 (ôr-thŏp′tĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The evaluation and nonsurgical treatment of visual disorders caused by imbalance of the eye muscles, such as strabismus.

or·thop′tic adj.
or·thop′tist n.

orthoptic

(ɔːˈθɒptɪk)
adj
(Medicine) relating to normal binocular vision: orthoptic exercises.
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Adj.1.orthoptic - of or relating to normal binocular vision
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orthoptic

adj (Med) → normalsichtig; orthoptic exercisesmechanische Sehübungen
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