Definition: Condition of vision in which a single object appears as two, usually because the images do not stimulate the corresponding retinal area. Blurred distinctions There are many causes of double vision, of which only the commonest experienced reason appears to be alcohol intoxication. But in fact physiological diplopia - out-of-focus images are doubled - is a normal condition although is not usually noticed.

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