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ocular divergence


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The turning outwards of the eyes in order to fixate an object or image that is further away than the previous fixation point, also called simply divergence. See also horopter, vergence. Compare ocular convergence. [From Latin divergere to move apart, from di- apart + vergere to incline]

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