Poor vision arising from suppression of the central vision in one eye when the images from both eyes differ significantly, hence unable to fuse the images into one. It is the deviation of the visual axis from the fovea centralis to another retinal spot where vision is less acute. The condition may be due to sensory amblyopia, anisometropic amblyopia or strabismic amblyopia.

Also Known As

  • Suppression of Vision