Sinistrocular

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Definition

adjective

Denoting left ocular dominance, by habit, preference, or for reason of more efficient vision


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The term sinistrocular refers to the preferential use of the left eye than the right eye, such as when viewing through amonocular microscope.


Word origin: Latin sinistr- from sinister (on the left side) + ocular from oculus (eye)

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