Oscillopsia

Oscillopsia is a visual disturbance in which objects in the visual field appear to oscillate. The severity of the effect may range from a mild blurring to rapid and periodic jumping. Oscillopsia is an incapacitating condition experienced by many patients with neurological disorders. It may be the result of ocular instability occurring after the oc...
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oscillopsia

(os″ĭ-lop┬┤se-ә) a visual sensation that stationary objects are swaying back and forth.
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oscillopsia

oscillopsia 1. A condition in which the visual image is seen to move rapidly from side to side or vertically. 2. The subjective sensation of oscillation of objects viewed.
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Oscillopsia

Oscillopsia: Oscillating vision. Swinging vision. In oscillopsia, objects seem to swing, move back and forth, jerk, or wiggle. A classical language hybrid derived from the Latin oscillo, to swing, + the Greek opsis, vision.
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oscillopsia

The subjective sensation of oscillation of objects viewed. ... Synonym: oscillating vision. ... Origin: L. Oscillo, to swing, + G. Opsis, vision ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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oscillopsia

Type: Term Pronunciation: os′i-lop′sē-ă Definitions: 1. The subjective sensation of oscillation of objects viewed. Synonyms: oscillating vision
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