monocular

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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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More than three-fourth of the cases in our study presented with Uniocular involvement and remaining had ocular trauma in both the eyes.
Much smaller studies have recently suggested that the risk of malignancy with uniocular cysts is low.
Prior to the recent studies that made it apparent that the risk of malignancy with uniocular cysts is very low, most women with these cysts underwent surgery.
Ocular movements (Uniocular and binocular) were examined by asking patient to follow a moving target.
Patients having IOP more than 21 mm of Hg, having any ocular media opacity (Corneal opacity, Mature/hyper mature cataracts, Vitreous hemorrhage), suffering from post-traumatic glaucoma or uniocular glaucoma were not included in the study.
An anecdote for anyone whose head has ever spun after a long phone call with a patient: Investigators recently reported the case of an otherwise healthy French psychiatrist who experienced temporary uniocular blindness, ringing in the ears, and aphasia after an hour-long call with a patient.
(3) is found to occur when the developing functional and anatomic organisation of the visual system is influenced markedly by visual experiences, which are both uniocular and or binocular.
They should be able to differentially diagnose the conditions--for example, papilloedema and papillitis both cause raised optic nerve head, but papillitis is uniocular and the underlying causes are very different.
In a 58-year-old immunocompetent patient, who presented with sudden painful uniocular blurred vision and panuveitis with a patch of chorioretinitis, a well demarcated choroidal mass was detected on EDI-OCT scans.