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Monocular is the term for double vision that originates in one eye and persists with a "ghost image" when the other eye is closed.
If your eye muscles or nerves are damaged, they may not be able to control your eyes properly and then you go on to develop double vision.
Described it as a kind of prism that helps people who are experiencing double vision, Fox news reports.
Alisha Khan, 12, from Edinburgh, said her injuries from the daylight attack were so severe she was left with double vision and nearly stumbled on to a busy road.
WHEN insurance manager Peter McDade woke up with double vision one morning, he thought he'd probably just been working too hard.
On Sunday, she struggled with double vision because of a large aneurysm in her brain compressing a nerve that controls eye movement.
There are two types of double vision, monocular and binocular.
Her eyes particularly seemed to wear out and she was noticing double vision.
Like Rose I have to pay in full for everything, including expensive lenses to correct double vision, and dentistry.
a double vision of what is there and what is not, neither imitation nor representation, but a blurring of the real and the false that leads not to doubt but to fascination.
There are many causes for sudden onset of double vision.
The 35-year-old fans' favourite played just one game for the Rams this season after being plagued by double vision.