chei·ro·scope 'kī-rə-.skōp n an apparatus that is used to present an image to one eye which must be drawn in a space visible only to the other eye and that serves to improve binocular vision and coordination of hand and eye

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chei·ro·scope (kiґro-skōp) [cheiro- + -scope] an instrument used in the training of binocular vision, by which the image of a test object seen reflected in a mirror by the sound eye is projected by the other eye to a drawing board, where it is traced with a pencil guided by the hand of the subject.

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  • chiroscope — A haploscopic instrument used for coordinating hand and eye as the patient draws while looking through it. [chiro + G. skopeo, to view] * * * chi·ro·scope (kiґro skōp) cheiroscope …   Medical dictionary

  • cheiroscop — CHEIROSCÓP s. n. aparat pentru reducerea vitezei binoculare şi a capacităţii de fuziune. (< fr. chéiroscope) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

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