double vision

NOUN
  1. visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects
    diplopia often disappears when one eye is covered
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  • In severe cases there may be weakness of the muscles, paralysis, speech disturbances, double vision or partial loss of the field of vision, and epileptic fits.
  • This can cause symptoms such as glare, halos, starbursts, and ghost images double vision after surgery.
  • His work continues to present a double vision, one touched by both calamity and glee, and whose self-consciously public language underscores its highly personal timbre.
  • One of three siblings, her childhood was plagued by illnesses which left her with double vision and an eyepatch, and prone to hallucinations and visions.
  • According to this kind of thought, appeared a technique of distance detected by double vision estimation.
  • Yes | No | Report from lost my zero wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago in 2004 I got hydrocephalus from a brain tumor. it was removed in 2005, a "hemioblastoma". now I have double vision, corrected with glasses. my balance is terrible, use a cane or walker to get around. hopefully I can go deer hunting again someday. sigh On Gun Sights and Eye Doctors
  • Is it okay if I help a real person with double vision and vertigo?
  • Consequently, Bjornebye was left with acute double vision and he spent the next four months in a frightening twilight world.
  • Lesley Vainikolo also left the Belle Vue battleground early but his double vision from a poke in the eye will not keep him out of this Friday's visit to The Shay to take on Halifax.
  • Some people who have had unsuccessful treatment for squint may have persistent double vision dating from the time of the treatment.
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