Monocular Diplopia

Monocular diplopia is generally a non-neurological condition in which images are split within the eye and fall on two places on the retina of that eye. This is commonly caused by irregularities in the refractive media of the eye, mostly in the crystalline lens (early cataract) or cornea. Deformity of the retina in or near the macula and fovea may also result in monocular diplopia. In these cases, two or more sets of photoreceptors are activated simultaneously when the image should stimulate only one set. This type of diplopia persists when the opposite eye is covered. There is a cerebral form of mononuclear diplopia, usually resulting from lesions in the occipital-parietal lobes. It usually is present in both eyes together and singly (binocular monocular diplopia).

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