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What is hemianopia?
loss of vision in a hemifield (1/2)
What is quadrantanopia?
Loss of vision in a quadrant (1/4)
What is homonymous?
Corresponding loss in each eye
What is heteronomous?
non-corresponding loss in each eye
What is the result of cutting the right optic nerve?
Complete blindness in the right eye
What is the result of cutting the right optic nerve just before the optic chiasm?
Complete right eye blindness + Left superior quadrantanopia
What is the result of cutting the optic chiasm?
Bitemporal hemianopia
What is the result of cutting the right optic tract before the LGN?
Left homonymous hemianopia
What is the result of cutting half the fibers of the right optic radiation after the LGN?
Left superior homonymous quadrantanopia
What is the result of cutting the entire right optic radiation in the primary visual cortex?
Left homonymous hemianopia with macular sparing
Retinal binocular disparity
The fact that our two eyes occupy different spaces and see different views
Retinal disparity is the basis of what?
Stereoscopic depth perception