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


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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