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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Neglect (Hemispatial Inattention) vs. Visual Field Cut (Homonymous Hemianopsia)

                Load image into Gallery viewer, Visual Neglect (Hemispatial Inattention) vs. Visual Field Cut (Homonymous Hemianopsia)
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Visual Neglect (Hemispatial Inattention) vs. Visual Field Cut (Homonymous Hemianopsia)

Visual impairments confusing your therapy plan? This handout explains the difference between visual neglect and visual field cut. It provides information about how they are different and ways to distinguish them. There are also some suggestions for treatment. Recommended for patients and their family to understand the difference between these two similiarly-presenting conditions with divergent treatment recommendations.

Tech specs: Digital download. 1 page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 13.7 MB.

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