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What is monocular diplopia?


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2007-05-11 02:52:10
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The perception by the same eye of two images of a single object, due to double pupil, early cataract, irregular astigmatism, or displacement of the lens.


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The difference is that monocular only has one eyepiece and monocular has two eyepieces.

Binocular diplopia arises when the eye movement in one direction is prevented, and is often a congenital (present at birth) condition. Binocular diplopia is usually caused by misalignment of the eyes.

The suffix of monocular is -ar. This suffix means relating to.

it is called a spyglass It is also called a monocular.

Binocular, because animals can see monocular and humans can see binocular.

Any animal whose eyes are on the sides of its head, is considered to have monocular vision. They can't see directly in front of them. Humans aren't monocular - we are BINOCULAR. Other animals, such as fish, birds (except owl) , lizard, rabbit, horse, deer are MONOCULAR.

I think horses and cows have monocular vision. or any animal with 4 hooves.

William George Sym Sym has written: 'Simple rules for the accurate diagnosis of diplopia' -- subject(s): Diplopia

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A monocular microscope has only one eyepiece and a binocular microscope has two eyepieces.

Horses can see 300 degrees around them. But i am not sure about binocular or monocular. Binocular. (Two)

Monocular eyepiece had only one lens while binocular only has 2.

Yes motion parallax is a monocular cue. Monocular means you could do it with one eye. Motion parallax involves images further away moving slower as you move sideways. All this information can be taken in with just one eye, so it is a monocular depth cue.

A monocular microscope has only one eyepiece and a binocular microscope has two eyepieces.

The monocular has 3 objective lenses but the stereo microscope has only 2 objective lenses

Monocular has a lens for just one eye, stereo for two eyes to see simultaneously.

uncrossed double vision uncrossed double vision

A monocular rhinoceros.

Birds and lizards are two examples, but any animal that can move it's eyes independantly from each other have monocular vision.

Binocular has 2 things to look through monocular has one. Binocular vision helps to judge distance.

The nerves involved in diplopia include three cranial nerves: the oculomotor nerve (third cranial nerve), the abducens nerve (sixth cranial nerve), and the trochlear nerve (fourth cranial nerve).

Binocular, Ocular, Monocular

A microscope with 3 different magnifications

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