visual acuity

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visual acuity

[′vizh·ə·wəl ə′kyü·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The ability to see fine details of an object; specifically, the ability to see an object whose angle subtended at the eye is 1 minute of arc.

visual acuity

A measure of the ability to distinguish fine details; the reciprocal of the angular size of critical detail which is just large enough to be seen.
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By way of example, there is evidence that dynamic visual acuity measures may be better in high-level sportspeople.
Computerized dynamic visual acuity test in the assessment of vestibular deficits.
While there were some statistically significant findings in this test, the overall results for perception time, gaze stabilization, and dynamic visual acuity testing was clinically remarkable.

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