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Indicates a retrochiasmal lesion [on the right] This pattern occurs with isolated lesions of the optic tract - such lesions are uncommon, being found in about 4% of cases
30° Visual field
An incomplete homonymous hemianopsia on the left with poor congruence, no macular sparing and consequently poor reading ability
This pattern is associated with lesions of the [left] lateral geniculate body and is quite rare (see ■ Fig. 3.6)
Wedge-shaped, homonymous defect on the right, straddling the horizontal meridian, with some congruence, no macular sparing and consequently poor reading ability
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