chiasmal


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chiasmal

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Uni- and bi-temporal visual fields defects, including those obeying the midline, need to be considered as indicative of chiasmal lesions.
One should always check the VF from the 'uninvolved' eye for subtle defects even when symptoms are unilateral (such as in the case of a temporal defect in junctional scotoma that could arise from a chiasmal compressive lesion).
Bilateral loss, can be indicative of bilateral retinal or optic nerve origin, chiasmal or retrochiasmal location.