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Two cases of unilateral temporal hemianopsia

by Charles Stedman Bull

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Published by Press of David Clapp & Son in Boston] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hemianopsia

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    Statementby Charles Stedman Bull
    ContributionsTweedy, John, 1849-1924, former owner, Royal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25867005M

    Mira otros diccionarios: hemianopsia bitemporal — Pérdida de la mitad temporal de la visión de cada ojo, habitualmente debido a una lesión en la región quiasmática, como en los tumores hipofisarios. Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. Diccionario médico. hemianopsia bitemporal — Eng. Bitemporal hemianopsia Hemianopsia heterónima en la que se afecta.   Case Example: Patient S.W. This patient presented with a dense right homonymous hemianopsia but no hemiparesis. She was cognitively intact, mentally alert, and had no speech or reading problems except for the effect of the visual field on reading. Her visual acuities corrected to .

    Bilateral homonymous hemianopsia with sparing of central vision (BHHS) is a specific visual defect (2, 3, 19) caused in most cases by bilateral occipital infarction associated with arteriosclerosis ().We encountered a patient with BHHS caused by infarcts located bilaterally in the striate cortex as a result of tentorial herniation subsequent to severe head trauma, and we report this case here.   The damage caused by a unilateral retinal or optic nerve disease may result in monocular hemianopia because they involve the pre-chiasmal visual pathway. A retinal detachment, for example, located nasally, would give a temporal field defect in one eye. Inversely, a temporal retinal detachment is manifested by a nasal field defect in the.

      Homonymous hemianopsia (HH) is the commonest form of acquired homonymous visual field defect. The most common causes of HH are stroke, head injury and intracranial tumors [].HH has been related to neurosarcoidosis [].Symptomatic homonymous visual field defects are relatively rare in MS, encountered in 1% of patients. unilateral hemianopia: loss of sight in one half of the visual field of one eye only. Synonym(s): unilocular hemianopia.


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unilateral extension towards the side of the hemianopia in nine cases, and extension away from the monocular temporal field defect in opposite the monoculartemporalfield defect in three cases. Precise localisation of tumour impingement onthe chiasm or optic nerve was by:   There was a log afferent defect in the right eye.

The patient identified 13 of 15 AOH-R-R color plates with her left eye and 11 of 15 with her right eye. The pupil cycle time had returned to normal. Temporal optic disk pallor persisted in the right eye. The unilateral nasal hemianopia remained (Fig.

2).Cited by: However, unilateral nasal hemianopsias are rare defects, documented to be associated with pituitary adenomas, temporal optic nerve lesions, and suprasellar aneurysms.1 Cataracts are known to. The lesions were most commonly located in the occipital lobes (45%) and the optic radiations (%).

Every type of HH, except for unilateral loss of temporal crescent and homonymous sectoranopia. A year-old girl was found to have temporal hemianopia of the left eye. Her visual acuity was 20/20 OU and she had normal color discrimination bilaterally.

Left afferent pupillary defect was present. Right-eye perimetry results were normal, but complete temporal hemianopia respecting vertical. Hemianopsia is a loss of vision in half of the visual field of one or both eyes.

Common causes are stroke, brain tumor, and trauma to the brain. o Anterior extension to the optic chiasm can result in a classic bitemporal hemianopsia, unilateral temporal hemianopsia, papilledema, or unilateral/bilateral decrease in visual acuity.

Classically, vision loss starts with a superior temporal field cut. However, the eccentric growth of these tumors can result in varying patterns and severity of vision loss, including decreased acuity, diplopia. A Retained Temporal Crescent: Hemianopsia that occur in a specific location in the occipital lobe may result in a hemianopsia in which at the far temporal side of the hemianopsia, a crescent shape area of vision is retained.

This usually is about 60 degrees out from straight ahead and extended to the 90 degrees from straight ahead. Hand movements in a case of hemianesthesia following a lesion of the parietal lobe. Both unilateral and bilateral temporal lobe lesions have been described.

Unilateral lesions are those deep in the temporal lobe in the fibers projecting to Heschl's gyrus. with hyperreflexia and a positive Babinski reflex. Associated hemianopsia. Compr Ophthalmol Update.

Mar-Apr. 8(2); discussion Meyer E, Gdal-On M, Zonis S. Transient monocular blindness in a case of drusen of the optic disc.

Ophthalmologica. (5) Brodsky MC. Contractile morning glory disc causing transient monocular blindness in. We report a case of a unilateral nasal hemianopia that was caused by compression of the left optic nerve by a sphenoid wing meningioma.

Histological examination revealed that the pathology of the meningioma was consistent with that of an atypical meningioma, which carries a guarded prognosis with increased chance of recurrence. Two children with a history of traumatic delivery developed severe temporal lobe epilepsy starting at age 4 and 10 respectively.

The main neurological finding was total homonymous hemianopsia. The CAT Scan showed a large localised hypodensity in the occipital region on one side consistent with an old infarction in that region. A case of unilateral hemianopsia in which the Wernicke hemianopsic pupillary reaction was present.

(PMID PMCID:PMC) PMID PMCID:PMC Define unilateral hemianopia. unilateral hemianopia synonyms, unilateral hemianopia pronunciation, unilateral hemianopia translation, English dictionary definition of unilateral hemianopia.

n loss of vision in either the whole left or the whole right half of the field of vision. Visual field defects respecting the vertical midline are a common occurrence associated with focal neurological lesions. However, unilateral nasal hemianopsias are rare defects, documented to be associated with pituitary adenomas, temporal optic nerve lesions, and suprasellar aneurysms.1 Cataracts are known to depress the overall sensitivity of the visual field,2,3 but localised visual field.

Monocular temporal visual field loss from organic lesions is quite rare but has been reported in conjunction with compressive lesions at the optic nerve-optic chiasm junction.

This is the first report to demonstrate this visual field defect together with bowtie optic nerve hypoplasia. Hemi-inattention VS. Hemianopsia Visual Fields: Remedial: Searching strategies - Objects on affected side - Scanning Compensatory: Head turning - Placing objects within field of vision - Add color and contrast - Rotating paper while reading - Line guides and anchors.

hemianopsia uniocular — Eng. Uniocular hemianopsia Ver hemianopsia unilateral Diccionario de oftalmología Hemispatial neglect — Classification and external resources Hemispatial neglect is most frequently associated with a lesion of the right parietal lobe (in yellow, at top) ICD 9.

Figure 3: The anatomy of hemispatial neglect. A variety of cortical lesions can lead to the syndrome of hemispatial neglect, tending to center around the temporo-parietal junction (TPJ), angular gyrus (ang), inferior frontal gyrus (IFG), inferior parietal lobe (IFL), intraparietal sulcus (ips), middle frontal gyrus (MGF), supramarginal gyrus (smg), superior temporal gyrus (STG).Homonymous hemianopia: challenges and solutions Denise GoodwinPacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove, OR, USAAbstract: Stroke is the most common cause of homonymous hemianopia (HH) in adults, followed by trauma and tumors.

Associated signs and symptoms, as well as visual field characteristics such as location and congruity, can help determine the location of the .hemianopia: [ hem″e-ah-no´pe-ah ] defective vision or blindness in half of the visual field; usually applied to bilateral defects caused by a single lesion.

adj., adj hemianop´ic, hemianop´tic. Patient Care. Visual field deficit on one side often occurs as a result of stroke syndrome. Patients with this problem are unable to perceive objects.