hyperschematia

hyperschematia

[ hyper- + schema + -ia]
A disorder of perception in which brain-injured patients' images of objects always exaggerate the size or complexity of one side of the drawing.
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We know of a case of spatial hyperschematia, compatible with AIWS symptoms, in a patient with a lesion disconnecting the thalamus from right parietal and temporal cerebral cortices as well as the insula [38].
A case of spatial hyperschematia without spatial neglect was described after an ischemic lesion causing a disconnection between the right insula and the posterior part/pulvinar of the thalamus [38].
Assal, "Spatial hyperschematia without spatial neglect after insulothalamic disconnection," PLoS ONE, vol.