macropsia

[muh-krop-see-uh]
Also ma·cro·pi·a [muh-kroh-pee-uh] /məˈkroʊ pi ə/, mac·rop·sy [mak-rop-see] /ˈmæk rɒp si/.
Compare micropsia.

Origin of macropsia

From New Latin, dating back to 1885–90; see origin at macr(o)-, -opsia
Also called megalopsia, megalopia.

megalopsia

[meg-uh-lop-see-uh]
noun Ophthalmology.
  1. macropsia.
Also meg·a·lop·i·a [meg-uh-lop-ee-uh] /ˌmɛg əˈlɒp i ə/.

Origin of megalopsia

First recorded in 1885–90; megal- + -opsia
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British Dictionary definitions for megalopia

macropsia

noun
  1. the condition of seeing everything in the field of view as larger than it really is, which can occur in diseases of the retina or in some brain disorders
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