hemianopsia unilateral

Eng. Unilateral hemianopsia
Hemianopsia que afecta un solo ojo.
- Hemianopsia uniocular.

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  • Hemianopsia — Se conoce como hemianopsia a la falta de visión o ceguera que afecta únicamente a la mitad del campo visual. Puede estar producida por lesiones en el ojo, el nervio óptico o la corteza cerebral. Cada tipo de hemianopsia sugiere diferentes… …   Wikipedia Español

  • hemianopsia nasal — Eng. Nasal hemianopsia Hemianopsia unilateral en la que se afecta la mitad nasal del campo visual …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • hemianopsia temporal — Eng. Temporal hemianopsia Hemianopsia unilateral en la que se afecta la mitad temporal del campo visual …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • hemianopsia uniocular — Eng. Uniocular hemianopsia Ver hemianopsia unilateral …   Diccionario de oftalmología

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