diplopia[dip lō′pē ə]
diplopia definition by Webster's New World
a vision disorder in which a single object appears double; double vision
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek diploos, double plush ōps (gen. ōpos); akin to ops, eye
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- diplopic adjective
diplopia definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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See double vision.
- di·ploˈpic adjective
diplopia - Medical Definition
diplopia - Science Definition
A disorder of vision in which a single object appears double.