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aniseikonia

noun an·is·ei·ko·nia \ˌa-ˌnī-ˌsī-ˈkō-nē-ə\

Definition of ANISEIKONIA

:  a defect of binocular vision in which the two retinal images of an object differ in size
an·is·ei·kon·ic \-ˈkä-nik\ adjective

Origin of ANISEIKONIA

New Latin, from anis- + Greek eikōn image — more at icon
First Known Use: 1934

aniseikonia

noun an·is·ei·ko·nia \ˌan-ˌī-ˌsī-ˈkō-nē-ə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ANISEIKONIA

:  a defect of binocular vision in which the two retinal images of an object differ in size
an·is·ei·kon·ic \-ˈkän-ik\ adjective

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