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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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Normal values are reported as 8cpm binocularly and llcpm monocularly in adults when flippers comprising -2.
The tests were performed monocularly using best refractive correction without pupil dilation from a distance of 3 m using the CSV-1000E contrast chart test face (VectorVision).
In addition, persons with retinitis pigmentosa rarely consciously perform visual tasks monocularly, such as was described in the questionnaire.
Although stereophotographic slides were used, participants in the study could choose at any time to view the slides monocularly (similar to an image obtained with a monocular direct opthalmoscope) or binocularly (similar to an image obtained with an indirect ophthalmoscope).
There are two pairs of R/G targets that are polarised, allowing any difference in optimum focus to be visualised monocularly with both eyes open.
Accommodative amplitude was tested monocularly on patients 40 yr of age and younger with the pull-away technique and rated as normal or deficient using age-established norms [29].
Since microperimetry is performed monocularly, there is a question of whether it represents the actual fixation behavior when a person is binocular and is in a real-world environment.
Although symbology was displayed monocularly to the participants' right eye, the field of view (i.
Even if the display was presented monocularly, and with the pictorial depth cues provided by the background removed, participants spontaneously reported seeing a ball travelling rapidly away from them in depth.
Spectacle-mounted plus lenses can be fitted monocularly or binocularly, using base-in prisms to aid convergence, up to a limit of +12.