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Hemispatial or unilateral neglect
, which is characterized by reduced attention or spatial awareness of the body and environment on the hemiplegic side, occurs more often and seriously with a right-sided hemispheric stroke (RHS) [1, 5].
(26) The Peli system works better in subjects suffering from hemianopia or unilateral neglect
(UN) when applied only superiorly for about two weeks, and then inferior prism can be introduced.
In contrast, the results of the Israeli adaptation of the test  support the predictive and construct validity in the majority of behavioral and functional BITs for measuring unilateral neglect
. The number of participants in this study was smaller than those participating in the Turkish BIT adaptation (n = 118), although higher than the Israeli version (n = 40).
Double dissociation entre negligence unilaterale gauche et anosognosie [Double dissociation between unilateral neglect
The most common categories of neuro-related vision dysfunction encountered by occupational therapists tend to be vision field deficits, ocular motor dysfunction and unilateral neglect
. However, the range of conditions created by neurological visual impairment is so varied and baffling that I am not going to attempt to give a simple simulation of the condition.
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caused by stroke is an atypical visual impairment in that most cases of visual impairment are the result of disruptions of low-level visual input, with higher-level information processing left relatively intact.