Anton syndrome

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An·ton syn·drome

(ahn'ton),
in cortical blindness, lack of awareness of being blind.
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An·ton syn·drome

(ahn'ton sin'drōm)
In cortical blindness, lack of awareness of being blind.
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Anton syndrome

(an'ton?)
[Gabriel Anton, Ger. psychiatrist, 1858–1933]
Visual anosognosia.
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Anton,

Gabriel, German neuropsychiatrist, 1858-1933.
Anton syndrome - in cortical blindness, lack of awareness of being blind.
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During hospitalization he developed neurological impairments including visual anosognosia (Anton-Babinski syndrome), afferent pupillary defect, apraxia (of gait, dressing, and eating), right hemiparesis, generalized tonic-clonic seizures, and cognitive deterioration.