aniseikonia

[an-uh-sahy-koh-nee-uh]

noun Ophthalmology.

a defect of vision in which the images at the retinas are unequal in size.

Origin of aniseikonia

From New Latin, dating back to 1930–35; see origin at aniso-, eikon, -ia
Related formsan·is·ei·kon·ic [an-uh-sahy-kon-ik] /ˌæn ə saɪˈkɒn ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for aniseikonia

aniseikonia

noun

a condition caused by a defect in the lens of the eye in which the images produced in the two eyes differ in size or shape
Derived Formsaniseikonic, adjective

Word Origin for aniseikonia

C20: New Latin, from aniso- + Greek eikon image
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aniseikonia in Medicine

aniseikonia

[ăn-ī′sī-kōnē-ə]

n.

A condition in which the shape and size of the ocular image differ in each eye.
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