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Etymology: [ di-'plO-pE-& ] (noun.) circa 1811. diplo- + -opis
1 Şaşılık, binoküler vizyonun bozulması sonucu bir eşyanın çift olarak görülmesi, diplopi, ambiyopi  Tıp, İlaç
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3 diplopi
 
4 An ophthalmologic condition where one perceives two images; double vision
5 Also known as double-vision Each eye sees the same object, but projects two images to the brain
6 The condition whereby a single object appears as two objects Occurs because the eye muscles do not act equally Also called double vision
7 The perception of two images of a single object
8 Double vision, due usually to weakness or paralysis of one or more of the extra-ocular muscles
9 Double vision, or the simultaneous awareness of two images of the same object that results from a failure of the two eye to work in a coordinated fashion Covering one eye will erase one of the images
10 The seeing of one object as two
11 Seeing two images of a single object; double vision See also vision after head injury
12 The act or state of seeing double
13 visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects; "diplopia often disappears when one eye is covered
14 visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects; "diplopia often disappears when one eye is covered"
15 Double vision or seeing double usually with both eyes open as in binocular diplopia, but can be with only one eye as in monocular diplopia
16 Seeing one object as two People sometimes confuse a blurring of an object with seeing double
17 Also known as double vision, a visual disorder due to unequal action of the eye muscles causing two images of a single object to be seen
18 Double vision or seeing two images of one object simultaneously
19 — (NERF) - Double vision
20 double vision, usually caused by a strabismus
21 Double vision
22 a condition in which a single object is perceived as two Also called double vision
23 Greek diploos = double, and opsis = vision, hence double vision
24 A condition in which a single object is perceived as two; also called double vision Usually with both eyes open as in binocular diplopia, but can be with only one eye as in monocular diplopia
25 (Gr diplous =double + Gr ope =sight)
26 a condition in which a single object is perceived as two; also called double vision
27 Double vision; the perception of two images of a single object
28 double vision, disorder of the vision in which one object is seen as two  isim
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