Tomoharu Koike

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Balint's syndrome is characterized by three major disorders of spatial analysis: fixed gaze or psychic paralysis, simultagnosia, and optic ataxia or misreaching. Most patients with Balint's syndrome generally do not show all three of these signs. The authors herein reported the more than four-year clinical course of a case (a 43-year-old man) with Balint's(More)
Balint’s syndrome is clinically designated in a category containing three major signs: inability to scan the visual field in spite of normal eye-movement (fixed gaze or psychic paralysis), impaired simultaneous perception of more than one or a few objects (simultagnosia), and defection of visual guided reach (optic ataxia or misreaching). A defective(More)
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