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Related to hemianopsia: binasal hemianopsia
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Noun1.hemianopsia - blindness in one half of the visual field of one or both eyeshemianopsia - blindness in one half of the visual field of one or both eyes
vision defect, visual defect, visual disorder, visual impairment - impairment of the sense of sight
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No se evaluaron los campos visuales y podria presentar hemianopsia o algun trastorno asociado ya sea de sus eventos pasados o uno de nueva evolucion.
As a result of stroke, he presents hemiplegia, hemiparesis, homonymous hemianopsia, ataxia, dysarthria, hypotonia, postural imbalance; making difficult to exercise the social function assigned before the neurological episode, demonstrating resentful, angry, feeling guilty and sad.
Warren, M, 2009, Pilot study on activities of daily living limitations in adults with hemianopsia.
Entre los principales problemas de salud causados por la lesion de la paralisis cerebral, se encuentra las alteraciones neurologicas que afectan a diferentes estructuras (GonzalezAlonso, 2015; Orlove, 2015); problemas visuales entre los que cabe significar el estrabismo, el nistagmus, la atrofia del nervio optico, miopia, hemianopsia, ecotoma y cataratas (Legido & Katsetos, 2003).
Neuro-ophthalmological evaluation revealed that the patient had slight bitemporal hemianopsia.
El estudio de campo visual con campimetria de Goldmann mostro cuadrantanopsia temporal superior izquierda y hemianopsia temporal derecha.
Visual field defect is most frequently in the form of bitemporal hemianopsia and superior temporal defect.
Blurred vision, homonymous hemianopsia as well as cortical blindness in some cases are common manifestations of the visual disturbance.
For example, a patient who has had a stroke with a resultant left homonymous hemianopsia will interact and communicate with the world differently, and accommodations will undoubtedly be necessitated.
Hemianopsia is a partial blindness in which half the visual field simply does not register with the brain.
Hemiparesis (n=10), diplopia (n=2), hemianopsia (n=2), and dysarthria (n=2) were the main presenting symptoms.
CSD is believed to be the cause of auras, which occur at a progression rate of a few minutes, similar to that of CSD, and include symptoms such as scotomas, hemianopsia, visual patterns, flashing lights, paresthesias, and hallucinations [24].