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Bitemporal hemianopsia is a condition that affects a person's vision. It's a form of partial blindness in which vision is impaired in the outer half of both the right and left visual fields. Bitemporal hemianopsia can be caused by various things, such as pituitary tumors compressing the optic chiasm, trauma, and aneurysms.
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