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Brain imaging in a patient with hemimicropsia

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Kassubek, J. ; Otte, M. ; Wolter, T. ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Mergner, T. ; Lücking, C. H.
Date of publication of this fulltext: 16 Jan 2020 12:41


Hemimicropsia is an isolated misperception of the size of objects in one hemifield (objects appear smaller) which is, as a phenomenon of central origin, very infrequently reported in literature. We present a case of hemimicropsia as a selective deficit of size and distance perception in the left hemifield without hemianopsia caused by a cavernous angioma with hemorrhage in the right ...


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