dorsal simultanagnosia

dorsal simultanagnosia

A clinical form of simultanagnosia caused by bilateral lesions of the brain at the junction between the parietal and occipital lobes, resulting in perception limited to a single object at a time without awareness of the presence of other objects, as well as difficulty in perceiving objects that are in motion.
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Thus, our data suggest, in a preliminary fashion, that BG could suffer from dorsal simultanagnosia. To our knowledge, this is the first report of simultanagnosia in a MCI-DLB.