A neural adaptation to strabismus (eye misalignment). One eye fails to use the central region of the retina to match up with the central part of the eye. The non-deviated eye's fovea works together with the non-foveal retinal point of the deviated eye to sometimes permit a single binocular vision. This condition develops in small-angle strabismus to prevent confusion and diplopia.

Also Known As

  • Abnormal Retinal Correspondence