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The representation of the visual field in human striate cortex. A revision of the classic Holmes map.
We have tested the accuracy of Gordon Holmes' retinotopic map of human striate cortex by correlating magnetic resonance scans with homonymous field defects in patients with clearly defined occipitalExpand
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Optic glioma of childhood. Natural history and rationale for conservative management.
Controversy surrounds the management of childhood optic gliomata in the anterior visual pathways. This stems from insufficient knowledge of their natural history, varying definitions of theirExpand
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Quadrantic visual field defects. A hallmark of lesions in extrastriate (V2/V3) cortex.
We report 2 patients with homonymous quadrantic visual field defects. The first patient experienced scintillations in the left lower quadrant, leading to the discovery of an astrocytoma in the cuneusExpand
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Fundoscopy of nerve fiber layer defects in glaucoma.
Early attrition of nerve fiber bundles in glaucoma causes slit-like gaps to appear among the normally uniform, striated arcuate bundles of the retinal nerve fiber layer. The nerve fiber layer thinsExpand
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Saccadic eye movement strategies in patients with homonymous hemianopia
Infrared oculographic recordings from three patients with hemianopia due to an occipital lesion showed that these patients employed a consistent set of (presumably unconscious) compensatoryExpand
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Magnetic resonance imaging of the human lateral geniculate body.
We used magnetic resonance imaging to map the human lateral geniculate body. The optimal imaging plane was determined by obtaining axial and coronal scans in two normal brains obtained at autopsy.Expand
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Walsh and Hoyt's clinical neuro-ophthalmology : the essentials
Focus on the most important clinical knowledge in neuro-ophthalmology! Walsh & Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology: The Essentials distills the most vital content from the esteemed three-volumeExpand
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Optical coherence tomography of superior segmental optic hypoplasia
Aim: To describe optical coherence tomography (OCT) images of superior segmental optic hypoplasia (SSOH). Methods: Five patients (two men and three women, ages 10–45 years) presented withExpand
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Spontaneous regression of optic gliomas: thirteen cases documented by serial neuroimaging.
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate spontaneous regression of large, clinically symptomatic optic pathway gliomas in patients with and without neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF-1). METHODS Patient cases wereExpand
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Insidious atrophy of retinal nerve fibers in multiple sclerosis. Funduscopic identification in patients with and without visual complaints.
Slit-like defects in the peripapillary nerve fiber layer and corollary defects in the field of vision occur frequently in multiple sclerosis, often before there is a change in the patient's visualExpand
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