Dextrocular

Definition

adjective

Denoting right ocular dominance, by habit or preference for more efficient vision


Supplement

The term dextrocular refers to the use of the right eye rather than the left eye, particularly, when viewing through a monocular microscope.


Word origin: Latin dextro- from dexter (on the right side) + oculus (eye)

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