Homonymous hemianopsia


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Hemianopsia is a type of blindness that affects one-half of the visual field from the vertical midline. Homonymous hemianopsia involves visual field loss on the same side of both eyes. Several things can cause homonymous hemianopsia; these include stroke, brain tumors, or traumatic brain injury. It can also be caused by problems with the eye itself, such as glaucoma or detached retina.


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