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Definition of the noun diplopia
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noun - plural: diplopias
- visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects
Alternative definition of the noun diplopia
- [pathology] An ophthalmologic condition where one perceives two images; double vision.
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by Byron J. Bailey, Jonas T. Johnson, Shawn D. Newlands
Physiologic diplopia is a normal phenomenon in which objects not within the area of fixation are seen as double. This is easily seen when one looks at a near object with attention directed at a distant object, which then appears double. Usually ...
The Lancet (1905)
But a diplopia is a highly inconvenient and alarming event and urges the most phlegmatic patient to seek guidance...
Pediatric Ophthalmology (2008)
Current Thought and A Practical Guide by Edward M. Wilson, Richard Saunders, Trivedi Rupal
Post-operative paradoxical diplopia is a common but temporary complication of strabismus surgery in adults with a history of childhood- onset strabismus, good visual acuity, and anomalous correspondence on pre-operative sensory testing[9 ].
by Raymond J. Fonseca, H. Dexter Barber, Michael P. Powers, David E. Frost
Diplopia is the name given to the symptom of blurred vision. Two varieties of diplopia exist; it FIGURE 16-7 Inferior displacement of the zygoma results in depression of the lateral canthus and pupil because of depression of the suspensory ...
Borish's Clinical Refraction (2006)
by William J. Benjamin
Diplopia is a common accompanying complaint with mass lesions of the orbit. Computed axial tomography of the head with orbital emphasis is mandatory for patients with a suspected mass lesion of the orbit. Pulsatile proptosis is a sign of ...
by Jeffrey Weinzweig
Diplopia means double vision and is rarely an indication for surgery. It usually is transient and, if present only at the extremes of gaze rather than within a functional field of vision, is not a critical symptom. It is commonly attributed to hematoma ...
by Randolph W. Evans
Diplopia is a frequently reported symptom in PTCS, occurring in one- third to twothirds of patients at presentation.13,22 It is usually binocular and horizontal, resulting from a unilateral or bilateral abducens paresis. Binocular diplopia ...
by Glyn A.S. Lloyd
Clinically, vertical diplopia is the most important feature and may be accompanied by paraesthesia or anaesthesia of the cheek and upper lip, in the distribution of the infraorbital nerve, which may be involved in the fracture. The characteristic ...
by Peggy C. Leonard
Diplopia means double vision (two images of a single object are seen).
Medicine, Internal medicine by CTI Reviews
Diplopia is the simultaneous perception of two images of a single object.
The Breast (2009)
Comprehensive Management of Benign and Malignant Diseases by Kirby I. Bland, Edward M. Copeland III
Cranial nerves III, VI, and VII are commonly affected, and thus diplopia is the most common complaint with cranial nerve involvement.46 Another common symptom from cranial nerve involvement is facial numbness, particularly involvement of ...
by Alexandra Armitage, MS, CNL, APRN
Binocular diplopia is a result of breakdown in the binocular visual system. This breakdown may be a result of an inability to maintain synchronicity in muscle movements of the eye when looking at an object, resulting in the visual object not ...
Anatomy ;Ocular physiology ;Biochemistry and genetics ;Pathology ;Microbiology ;Immunology ;Growth and senescence ;Optics ;Therapeutics ;Lasers and instrument technology ;Basic biostatistical and epidemiological terms (2013)
by Louise Bye, Neil Modi, Miles Stanford
Diplopia: terminology Diplopia is the sensation produced by stimulating two points outside Panum's area. Diplopia can be physiological or nonphysiological (heterotropia).
Metastasis / Dissemination (2012)
by Elizier L. Gorelik
Diplopia is the most common manifestation of cranial nerve dysfunction. Weakness of the lower extremities, bowel and bladder dysfunction, absent reflexes and sensory changes in the distribution of multiple ...
Brain Injury Medicine (2007)
Principles and Practice by Nathan Zasler, Douglas Katz, MD, Ross D. Zafonte
Diplopia is the most frequently considered symptom of disruption in this interaction in addition to other interferences with binocularity. The significance of the vestibulo-oculo-cervical triad is the quality and organization of somatosensory input ...
by Jan Dirk Blom
Diplopia may be transferred to the content of ∗visual hallucinations, which then take the form of double images (also referred to as ∗distorted hallucinations). The Scottish physicist David Brewster (1781–1868) is commonly credited with ...
Midline Medical Dictionary (2002)
by P. S. Rawat
f*GGRIT, feawst-SSRT, SYT = HEI Ravé 3rael Diplopia. Double vision. faiturgfe, fagfeat, #RT RET* *H, Binocular D., due to a derangement of the muscular balance; the images of the object being thus ...
by Jill Sardegna, Susan Shelly, Scott Steidl
diplopia 63 Diagnosis and treatment of some cases of diabetic retinopathy includes FLUORESCEIN ANGIOGRAPHY. During this procedure fluorescent dye is injected into the arm of the patient. The eye is examined as the dye travels through ...
by Michel Millodot
diplopia The condition in which a single object is seen as two rather than one. This is usually due to images not stimulating ...
by Thomas George Atkinson
Since diplopia is the subjective manifestation of heterotro- pia, ...
The Encyclopedia of Perception by Jennifer L. Hellier
Diplopia is the medical term for double ...
Diplopia, or double vision, is the sensation of seeing two copies of a viewed object. When the second image appears to overlap the first image, a phenomenon called ghost imaging, the cause is usually an optical aberration of one or both eyes ...
by Robert Jean Campbell
nystagmus, double vision (diplopia), squint (strabismus), and conjugate deviation , in which both eyes are turned to the same side. Strabismus may be internal, ...
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
Diplopia, dip-lo'-pe-ah. Double vision. D., Binocular, due to a derangement of the muscular balance, the images of the object being thus thrown upon nonidentical points of the retina. D., Crossed or Heteron'ymous, that wherein the image of ...
A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
The basis for understanding diplopia (double vision) requires an appreciation of the physiologic mechanisms of binocularity within the visual cortex (Records, 1979). Evidence suggests there are four classes of cortical neuronal receptive fields ...
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Scrabble value of D2I1P3L1O1P3I1A1
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