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anomalous retinal correspondence

 

Definition: abnormal correspondence, a condition, frequent in strabismus, in which corresponding retinal points do not have the same visual direction; the fovea of one eye corresponds to an extrafoveal area of the fellow eye.

Synonym(s): abnormal correspondence

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