homonomous hemianopsia


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homonomous hemianopsia

[hə′män·ə·məs ¦hē·mē·ə′näp·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Partial blindness affecting the inner half of one field of vision or the outer half of the other; caused by optic nerve lesions posterior to the chiasma.
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On neuropsychological evaluation his greatest cognitive deficits were those attributed to his right hemisphere lesion: a left homonomous hemianopsia, left neglect, visual scanning deficits, and visual/perceptual deficits.