- latent deviation
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Dissociated Vertical Deviation — Dissociated Vertical Deviation(DVD) is an ocular condition which occurs in association with a squint, typically Infantile Esotropia. Patients with DVD show an upward movement of one eye when the eye is covered (i.e. when the two eyes are… … Wikipedia
Dissociated vertical deviation — (DVD) is an ocular condition which occurs in association with a squint, typically Infantile Esotropia. Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Characteristics 3 Differential Diagnosis … Wikipedia
heterophoria — A tendency for deviation of the eyes from parallelism, prevented by binocular vision. [hetero + G. phora, movement] * * * het·ero·pho·ria .het ə rō fōr ē ə, fȯr ē ə n latent strabismus in which one eye tends to deviate either medially or… … Medical dictionary
Cover test — A cover test is an objective determination of the presence and amount of ocular deviation. It is typically performed by orthoptists, ophthalmologists and optometrists during eye examinations. The two primary types of cover tests are the… … Wikipedia
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desviación latente — Eng. Latent deviation Ver foria … Diccionario de oftalmología
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