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The Ophthalmologist: Clinical and Therapeutic Journal

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A short illustration on double vision

Author(s): Claire Brown*

Diplopia is the condition where one can view 2 images at the same time instead of one image and is known to be referred as to as double-vision. The term diplopia came from 2 Greek words diplous, means double and ops, means eye. Diplopia is often the first exemplification of many systemic disorders, particularly muscular or neurologic processes. A faultless, clear explanation of the symptoms (Example: Constant or intermittent; variable or unchanging; at near or at far; with one eye [monocular] or with both eyes [binocular]; horizontal, vertical, or oblique) is critical to applicable diagnosis and management.


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