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Binocular Vision

Human vision is an example of binocular vision where the images from both eyes are blended or fused to form a single image giving a wide range of view. This also allows for depth perception. The process whereby the separate images from the eyes are successfully fused into one in the brain is called stereopsis or stereoscopic vision. Problems in binocular vision might happen due to astigmatism, nearsightedness, myopia, farsightedness, cerebral palsy and cataract.

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Collection of Pages - Last revised Date: April 23, 2019