monocular

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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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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.
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.
He also reported that anterior chamber of the fellow eye of persons with uniocular glaucoma is shallower compared to normal.
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.
0) Total 116 85 201(100) Table 3: The Uniocular Visual Acuity of 402 Eyes Visual Acuity Group N % Normal (6/4-6/18) 302 75.
Imaging may be useful in the differential diagnosis of apparently uniocular disease or in screening prior to surgery in those with a family history.
One patient had persistent uniocular vitreous hemorrhage, the second patient had bilateral late onset severe uveitis along with vitreous hemorrhage and the third patient suffered from optic neuritis sequelae along with hemorrhage on macula.