- inter- + ocular (Wiktionary)
“Measuring physical characteristics such as interocular distance, middle finger length, wrist circumference and even length of earlobes, reveals an average correlation coefficient of +0.2 for married couples.”
“ULABY: Convergence, interaxial, interocular - the cinematographers and camera people are gearheads game to master this technology, but they do have some reservations.”
“You need to have the convergence exactly right, with correct interocular distance and toeing in of the cameras.”
“Closed-angle glaucoma is when the channels in the eyes narrow or harden and become constricted or obstructed not allowing the interocular fluids to drain from the eye.”
“Neither news source appears to have noted the faint whirring of gears issuing from the back of Clinton's titanium brain cover, or the slight tapping as her interocular heads-up display clacked out the instruction INITIATE EYE-WATERING SEQUENCE.”
“The problem shows up in the eye as retinal hemorrhages, abnormally large blood vessels in the eye and accumulation of interocular fluid.”
“For example, they have resulted in the development of a new material that has found applications in light adjustable interocular lenses.”
“Both [kinds of] lenses fueled the faster-growing premium interocular lens business.”
“I got interested in interocular lenses -- we were the first people to make those in this country -- and got so enthused, I thought I wanted to be an ophthalmologist.”
“With this additional plot, which shows the bold number to be generally high, the interocular traumatic test suggests that the systolic pressure tended to be higher on days when evening workouts were missed.”
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