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Biology a name for a species or genus that should be unique but has been used for two or more different organisms
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We have presented a patient with a relatively rare syndrome of alexia without agraphia, which occurs as a consequence of vascular lesion in the left medial occipitotemporal gyrus and splenium of corpus callosum (Figures 1, 2 and 3) with abnormalities in the visual field (right sided homonymous hemianopsia), visual agnosia and anomia for colors, objects and numbers [2, 7], with all modalities of writing preserved.
Otherwise [[phrase omitted]], the middle term will have a similar character [[phrase omitted]]--if the items are homonymous [[phrase omitted]], the middle terms will be homonymous; and if they are in a kind [[phrase omitted]], the middle terms will have a similar character [APo II 17, 99a4-8].
Of note, the patient was seen subsequently in the ED 3 months later for an unrelated visit by an author, her mental status had improved but she remained with severe visual deficits consistent with her bilateral homonymous hemianopia and had persistent difficulty with maintaining attention.
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In between and beyond, Stampa became the protagonist of works of fiction ranging from Diodata Saluzzo Roero's historical novella, Gaspara Stampa (1817), to Jacopo Cabianca's homonymous 1857 drama and fictionalized biographies like Raffaella Pagliaro's Anaxilla.
In the present study, among the non-epileptic manifestations, headache with or without vomiting (10, 19.23%) was the most common presentation followed by hemiparesis 8 (15.38%), either of right or left, homonymous hemianopia 6 (11.54%), and hemichorea 6 (11.54%) in cases of single ring enhancing computed tomography lesion [Table-3].
The physical examination revealed a right homonymous upper quadrantanopia.
Optic tract syndrome (OTS) is caused by a unilateral optic tract lesion, which leads to homonymous hemianopia, relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD) in the contralateral eyes, and characteristic hemianopic optic atrophy in both eyes [1-3].
TEPs recorded at different stimulation intensities (recruitment curve) were normalized to the homonymous maximal TEP observed before PAS.
For the most part Maier correctly distinguishes the genuine examples of possessive denominal want- from other homonymous formations: 1) verbal past participles (especially but not exclusively to stems in -un-); 2) -ant- extensions to adjectives in -u- or -wa-; 3) "ergatives" to neuter stems in -u-or -au-.
With the placement of a Fresnel prism, the patient with a left or right homonymous hemianopia learns to scan into it, then to turn his or her head towards the periphery to view through the conventional lens to confirm the exact location of the displaced object.