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Diplopia, commonly known as double vision, is the simultaneous perception of two images of a single object. These images may be displaced horizontally, vertically, or diagonally in relation to each other.
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Overview: The term diplopia is derived from 2 Greek words: diplous, meaning ... Diplopia ... Misalignment of such eyes may result in diplopia. ...
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List of 49 disease causes of Diplopia, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Diplopia, 19 drug side effect causes. Diagnostic ...
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Diplopia information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
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Diplopia, also named double vision: cause, symptoms and NATURAL treatment. ... If you have monocular diplopia, your doctor will evaluate you for conditions, ...
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Learn all about double vision, seeing double. What is happening. How to ... Causes of Double Vision or Diplopia. There are two possible and different causes: ...
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diplopia ( də′plōpēə ) ( medicine ) A disorder characterized by double vision. ... Diplopia, commonly known as double vision, is the simultaneous perception of two ...
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Horizontal diplopia, worse in left gaze and with distance fixation, suggests ... Head tilting lessens the torsional component of diplopia. ...
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Monocular diplopia can occur when something distorts light transmission through ... Binocular diplopia suggests disconjugate alignment of the eyes. ...
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Diplopia Symptoms, Treatments and Medications ... What is the Definition of Diplopia? Diplopia is double vision caused by a defective function of the extraocular ...
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Diplopia was minimal when looking to the left and pronounced when looking to the ... Diplopia, or the subjective report of seeing two images instead of one, is an ...
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Diplopia or Double Vision defined, description of symptoms, and information on treatment... Diplopia may be the result of a refractive error, where light ...
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A 77 year old man with diplopia. Digital Journal of Opthalmology 2004. Volume 10, Number 11 ... presented with constant vertical diplopia 7 months after a ...
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Double vision (diplopia) occurs when a patient fixates on a single object, but ... Caused by a number of disorders, diplopia can be monocular or binocular. ...
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When diplopia causes significant discomfort, and is not responsive to other ... Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association Diplopia Section ...
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Diplopia, commonly known as double vision, is the perception of two images from a single object. ... es:Diplopía fr:Diplopie nl:Dubbelzien ...
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Multiple Sclerosis Encyclopaedia - diplopia ... Forth nerve palsy is often associated with vertical diplopia. ... Diplopia links: Yale- Cranial Nerve 6, pg. 1 ...
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Bothersome diplopia after surgery is a problem that can be treated successfully ... Diplopia persisting more than a few days may require treatment with prisms, ...
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