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Lesions of the Visual Pathway

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Lesions of the Visual Pathway by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Visual Pathways.


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    1. Blindness of the left nasal visual field
    2. Complete blindness of the left eye
    3. Blindness of the right nasal visual field
    4. Blindness of the right temporal visual field
    5. Complete blindness of the right eye
    1. Bitemporal hemianopsia
    2. Right Temporal hemianopsia
    3. Binasal hemianopsia
    4. Right nasal hemianopsia
    5. Left Temporal hemianopsia
    1. Right homonymous hemianopsia
    2. Bitemporal hemianopsia
    3. Blindness of the left eye
    4. Left homonymous hemianopsia
    5. Binasal hemianopsia
    1. Bitemporal hemianopsia
    2. Binasal hemianopsia
    3. Blindness in both eyes
    4. Right homonymous hemianopsia
    5. Left homonymous hemianopsia
    1. Left upper quadrant anopsia
    2. Central scotoma
    3. Left homonymous hemianopsia
    4. Left lower quadrant anopsia
    5. Right homonymous hemianopsia

    Author of lecture Lesions of the Visual Pathway

     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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    Lesions of Visual pathways
    By Ato B. on 02. April 2018 for Lesions of the Visual Pathway

    After reviewing Neuroanatomy in FA and Kaplan, it is fair to say this lecture has delved deeply in some accurate key points of visual pathways.I really admire the fact that you guys have put on some quizzes in the end but I was surprised to see a red flag that goes unnoticed.In one of the question about the right lower optic radiations from the 5 listed, I saw right after radiation Meyer's loop in parenthesis which is clearly a mistake when it comes to asking questions.In the exam, they won't give any clues to test takers because they will have figure out themselves whether or not it is either Meyer's or Non-Meyers' loop.

     
    Great Lecture
    By Ahmed A. on 13. April 2017 for Lesions of the Visual Pathway

    Explains it to a point where the visual pathway is simple.