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interocular

Between the eyes. See interaxial separation.
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The development of fusion and interocular velocity differences seem more likely candidates, but remain to be explored.
The topics include coverage of questions patients ask as well as practitioners, such as the frequency of blindness, the relationship of interocular pressure to the progress of glaucoma, causes and risks, clinical examination of the optic nerve, imaging devices, visual field tests, tests of development, disc hemorrhages, anomalous discs, extended interocular pressure assessment, cardiovascular evaluations, systemic diseases associated with glaucoma, treatment for the newly diagnosed, steroid-related glaucoma, neovascular glaucoma, treatment of pain in the blind eye, maximum therapy, the role of classic and new surgeries, laser surgery (with and without incision), bleb-related leaks and infections, placement of shunts, and assessment of patients for procedures.
Carapace: Carapace coarsely and sparsely granular, mainly on interocular and lateral surfaces.
We recorded morphometric measurements including the interocular distance (IOD), mantle length (ML), and wet weight, as well as any identifying marks for each individual.
Reducing this interocular pressure can help control conditions such as glaucoma and ocular hypertension.
In people with strabismus (and therefore poor stereopsis and monocular OKN asymmetry), interocular velocity difference is clearly active.
After collection, fish were evaluated for sex, total length, total weight, widest head width, interocular distance, gonadosomatic index, gonad weight, egg count, tubercle count, and tubercle score.
The TCH has input devices to control focus, iris and zoom on two lenses, as well as convergence and interocular on the 3D rig, which stereoscopically mounts two cameras and lenses to provide the left-eye and right-eye views necessary for 3D production.
With controls for interocular distance and convergence between the virtual cameras in the graphics scene, graphics can be placed anywhere in 3D space, and graphic objects appear remarkably real.
When the silicone polymerized, the upper part of the substructure was eliminated, making it invisible behind the eyeglasses' interocular connector.
Coloration: entire body light yellow or light tan; carapace sometimes with variable dusky markings around median ocular tubercle, interocular triangle and carinae; ocular tubercle dark; telson aculeus and denticles of chelicerae and pedipalp fingers black.
Glaucoma is not a single condition but instead a term covering a wide range of diseases generally involving elevated interocular pressure that carries with it the risk of causing the loss of neural cells in the eye.