hemianopic


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hemianopic

 [hem″e-ah-nop´ik]
pertaining to or characterized by hemianopia.
hemianopic pupillary reaction in certain cases of hemianopia, light thrown upon one side of the retina causes the iris to contract, while light thrown upon the other side arouses no response.

hem·i·a·nop·ic

(hem'ē-an-op'ik),
Pertaining to hemianopia.
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In the first part of the project we will employ behavioural as well as brain imaging methods to study the basic neural mechanisms of blindsight, that is, above chance visually guided behaviour in hemianopic patients in the absence of visual awareness.
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A study, titled "Cognitive mechanisms and hallucinations as hallmarks of visual system plasticity in hemianopic patients during vision restoration therapy," reviewed the broader perspectives of brain plasticity.
Lesions in the visual pathway result in abnormal colour vision in specific quadrants of the visual field or hemianopic loss of colour perception.
10 (total, Participants were randomly (2005), I hemianopic assigned to one of two (cross-over), field loss) experimental groups that 17 were statistically similar in age, gender, visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and visual field loss.
If the lesion is large, a hemianopic visual field defect might also be present in the contralateral field; for this reason, gross assessment of the visual field by confrontation methods can be useful.
We sought to answer the following main question with this research synthesis: What is the evidence that rehabilitative interventions are effective for improving the driving skills and performance of individuals with low vision, including those who have low vision or a hemianopic field loss as the result of a stroke?
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