Behavioral Consequences and Cortical Reorganization in Homonymous Hemianopia

  title={Behavioral Consequences and Cortical Reorganization in Homonymous Hemianopia},
  author={Sylvie Chokron and C{\'e}line Perez and Carole Peyrin},
  booktitle={Front. Syst. Neurosci.},
The most common visual defect to follow a lesion of the retrochiasmal pathways is homonymous hemianopia (HH), whereby, in each eye, patients are blind to the contralesional visual field. From a behavioral perspective, in addition to exhibiting a severe deficit in their contralesional visual field, hemianopic patients can also present implicit residual capacities, now usually referred to collectively as blindsight. It was recently demonstrated that HH patients can also suffer from a subtle… CONTINUE READING
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