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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Thus, the purpose of the present study was to evaluate characteristic hemianopic optic atrophy using the macular inner retinal layer thickness measurements by SS-OCT in patients with OTS.
We have described a patient with occipital lobe infarction and CVH in the hemianopic field.
In this way, the prism displaces the images of objects in the right hemianopic field towards its apex and into the seeing field of that eye.
Therefore, systematic exploration of the area of visual field defects seems to be a "time-effective" compensatory mechanism during supermarket shopping, which mirrors the results of on-road driving for those with hemianopic field defects [30, 84].
1 patient showed arcuate field defects, 1had inferior altitudinal defect 4 Brain infarcts most common 3 patients showed homonymous vessel involved was MCA and hemianopic field defects PCA 5 Brain ischemia 2 showed homonymous hemianopic field defects,
For example, patients with hemianopic field loss may have typical or near-typical acuities but experience additional challenges to safe and effective travel because of spatial and perceptual deficits.
Visual function within the hemianopic field following early cerebral hemidecortication in man: 1-Spatial localization.
Visual acuity is usually normal in patients with HH except in cases where the optic tract is affected, while reading impairment (hemianopic alexia) occurs by a loss of parafoveal field (parafoveal scotoma).24 LogMar charts provide the visual acuity assessment for distance and reading as logarithm of the minimum angle of resolution.
Visual field defects in optic neuritis at presentation included diffuse visual field loss (48%), altitudinal defects (15%), central or cecocentral scotoma (8.3%), arcuate or double arcuate (4.5%), hemianopic defects (4.2%), and others.
Two experienced neuroophthalmologists viewed a summary report of the CT/MRI scans of 16 participants with homonymous hemianopic or quadrantanopic field defects which indicated the site and extent of the lesion and they made predictions regarding whether participants would be safe/unsafe to drive.
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.
In another optical project, Professor Peli's research team is looking to expand the visual fields of hemianopic patients past what is currently possible--beyond the 30-degree limit of conventional prisms.