a disorder of vision due to a deviation from normal orientation of one or both eyes so that both cannot be directed at the same object at the same time; squint; crossed eyes.
abnormal alignment of one or both eyes, characterized by a turning inwards or outwards from the nose thus preventing parallel vision: caused by paralysis of an eye muscle, etc Also called squint
strabismus stra·bis·mus (strə-bĭz’məs)
A visual defect in which one eye cannot focus with the other on an objective because of imbalance of the eye muscles. Also called heterotropia, squint, tropia.
stra·bis’mal (-məl) or stra·bis’mic (-mĭk) adj.
noun 1. 63? b.c.–a.d. 21? Greek geographer and historian. noun 1. ?63 bc–?23 ad, Greek geographer and historian, noted for his Geographica
noun, plural strabotomies. Surgery. 1. the operation of cutting one or more of the muscles of the eye to correct strabismus. noun (pl) -mies 1. a former method of treating strabismus by surgical division of one or more muscles of the eye strabotomy stra·bot·o·my (strə-bŏt’ə-mē) n. Surgical division of one or more of the ocular […]
noun 1. (Giles) Lytton [jahylz lit-n] /dʒaɪlz ˈlɪt n/ (Show IPA), 1880–1932, English biographer and literary critic. noun 1. (Giles) Lytton. 1880–1932, English biographer and critic, best known for Eminent Victorians (1918) and Queen Victoria (1921)
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