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Image Contributor/Source: James G. Smirniotopoulos, M.D.
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Remember the optic pathways ... where should we look for a quadrantanopsia?

TITLE: Quadrantanopsia

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There is a lesion near the lateral geniculate body on the patient's left with contrast enhancement. Posterior (distal) to the LGB the optic radiations for the superior and inferior portions of the visual hemi-field separate - so a lesion may affect only one quarter of the field - a "quadrant- anopsia".


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