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indirect vision

[‚in·də′rekt ′vizh·ən]
(physiology)
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For the light to be used effectively for indirect vision, it should be placed from your nondominant shoulder; that is, if you are right-handed, position the light from your left side.
Current study also documented most dentists did not take break while treating patients, had never visited physiotherapist in their whole career and use indirect vision off and on to treat upper teeth.
The comfort in practicing the various chair positions, grasps, indirect vision seemed to be increasing from third year undergraduates to post graduates.
The non-dominant hand is used to hold the mirror for indirect vision and retraction of the tongue and cheek.
3) Magnification lenses, which produce a clear, larger image, combined with indirect vision, allows the clinician to maintain this balanced clinical posture.
Negotiations are currently continuing within the UN-ECE with a view to an agreement on indirect vision devices for certain vehicles.