The difference between monocular diplopia and binocular diplopia

In monocular diplopia, monocular diplopia cannot disappear after covering one eye, and diplopia still occurs in monocular vision, and the pathogenic factors are mostly ophthalmologic diseases; in binocular diplopia, after the occurrence of skew in one eye, the object cannot fall on the central recess of the retina of the skewed eye, resulting in the same object cannot be imaged on the corresponding point of the retina of both eyes, and diplopia can disappear after covering one eye.

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