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agravic illusion[‚ā′grav·ik il′ü·zhən]
An apparent movement of a target in the visual field due to otolith response in zero gravity. Also known as oculoagravic illusion.
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An apparent movement of a target in the visual field resulting from minute displacements of structure in the inner ear in zero gravity. Also called occuloagravic illusion.
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