S Benton

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Joubert syndrome is an autosomal recessive condition in which there is a variable combination of central nervous system defects with a distinctive congenital retinal dystrophy, ocular motor abnormalities, and respiratory abnormalities in early infancy. The retinal dystrophy has been previously classified as a variant of Leber's congenital amaurosis. We(More)
Four patients with hemianopias due to occipital infarction are described. In each of these patients there was useful residual vision in the unpaired temporal crescent. Moving stimuli were particularly well perceived in this part of the field. Preservation of the temporal crescent results in strikingly incongruous fields. The significance of this part of the(More)
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