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    1. Peli, E
      Vision multiplexing: an engineering approach to vision rehabilitation device development

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    2. Vanni, S; Raninen, A; Nasanen, R; Tanskanen, T; Hyvarinen, L
      Dynamics of cortical activation in a hemianopic patient

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Gbadamosi, J; Zangemeister, WH
      Visual imagery in hemianopic patients

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Fakih, J; Dupuis, MJM; Dardenne, G; Coche, F
      Reversible blindness after bilateral occipital abscesses

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    5. Nelles, G; Esser, J; Eckstein, A; Tiede, A; Gerhard, H; Diener, HC
      Compensatory visual field training for patients with hemianopia after stroke

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Biousse, V; Newman, NJ
      Neuro-ophthalmology of mitochondrial diseases

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    7. Betsuin, Y; Mashima, Y; Ohde, H; Inoue, R; Oguchi, Y
      Clinical application of the multifocal VEPs

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    8. Tonon, C; Stracciari, A; Garutti, C; Vignatelli, L; D'Alessandro, R
      A case of occipital epilepsy in an elderly woman

      ARCHIVES OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS
    9. Goebel, R; Muckli, L; Zanella, FE; Singer, W; Stoerig, P
      Sustained extrastriate cortical activation without visual awareness revealed by fMRI studies of hemianopic patients

      VISION RESEARCH
    10. Behrmann, M; Shomstein, SS; Black, SE; Barton, JJS
      The eye movements of pure alexic patients during reading and nonreading tasks

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Schweinberger, SR; Stief, V
      Implicit perception in patients with visual neglect: Lexical specificity in repetition priming

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    12. Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Furuya, T
      Conflict and integration of spatial attention between disconnected hemispheres

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    13. Poggel, DA; Kasten, E; Muller-Oehring, EM; Sabel, BA; Brandt, SA
      Unusual spontaneous and training induced visual field recovery in a patient with a gunshot lesion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    14. Leff, AP; Crewes, H; Plant, GT; Scott, SK; Kennard, C; Wise, RJS
      The functional anatomy of single-word reading in patients with hemianopic and pure alexia

      BRAIN
    15. Ferber, S; Karnath, HO
      Size perception in hemianopia and neglect

      BRAIN
    16. Miele, DL; Odel, JG; Behrens, MM; Zhang, X; Hood, DC
      Functional bitemporal quadrantopia and the multifocal visual evoked potential

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    17. Galetta, SL; Grossman, RI
      The representation of the horizontal meridian in the primary visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    18. Brazis, PW; Lee, AG; Graff-Radford, N; Desai, NP; Eggenberger, ER
      Homonymous visual field defects in patients without corresponding structural lesions on neuroimaging

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    19. Spatt, J; Mamoli, B
      Ictal visual hallucinations and post-ictal hemianopia with anosognosia

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    20. Gupta, V; Knott, BA; Kodgi, S; Lathan, CE
      Using the "VREye" system for the assessment of unilateral visual neglect: Two case reports

      PRESENCE-TELEOPERATORS AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS
    21. Tsai, RK; Chang, SM; Lin, HY
      Cerebral polyopia after recovery of homonymous hemianopia resulting from occipital lobe infarction

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    22. Miki, A; Nakajima, T; Takagi, M; Hasebe, H; Abe, H; Liu, GT
      Functional magnetic resonance imaging of visual cortex in a patient with cerebrovascular insufficiency

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    23. Wilhelm, H; Neitzel, J; Wilhelm, B; Beuel, S; Ludtke, H; Kretschmann, U; Zrenner, E
      Pupil perimetry using M-sequence stimulation technique

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    24. Wein, F; Miller, NR; Vaphiades, MS
      An unusual homonymous visual field defect

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    25. Huber, A
      Rehabilitation of homonymous hemianopia

      KLINISCHE MONATSBLATTER FUR AUGENHEILKUNDE
    26. Sakurai, Y; Takeuchi, S; Takada, T; Horiuchi, E; Nakase, H; Sakuta, M
      Alexia caused by a fusiform or posterior inferior temporal lesion

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    27. Ishiai, S; Koyama, Y; Seki, K; Izawa, M
      Line versus representational bisections in unilateral spatial neglect

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    28. Pambakian, ALM; Wooding, DS; Patel, N; Morland, AB; Kennard, C; Mannan, SK
      Scanning the visual world: a study of patients with homonymous hemianopia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    29. Kerkhoff, G
      Neurovisual rehabilitation: recent developments and future directions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    30. Evans, RW; Daroff, RB
      Monocular visual aura with headache: Retinal migraine?

      HEADACHE
    31. Han, SW; Sohn, YH; Lee, PH; Suh, BC; Choi, IS
      Pure homonymous hemianopia due to anterior choroidal artery territory infarction

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    32. Hildebrandt, H; Giesselmann, H; Sachsenheimer, W
      Visual search and visual target detection in patients with infarctions of the left or right posterior or the right middle brain artery

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    33. Vuilleumier, P; Valenza, N; Mayer, E; Perrig, S; Landis, T
      To see better to the left when looking more to the right: Effects of gaze direction and frames of spatial coordinates in unilateral neglect

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    34. Saeki, N; Kubota, M; Yamaura, A; Ishige, N
      Fluctuating visual field defects in Rathke's cleft cysts: MRI analysis

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Kerkhoff, G; Artinger, F; Ziegler, W
      Contrasting spatial hearing deficits in hemianopia and spatial neglect

      NEUROREPORT
    36. Schiefer, U; Skalej, M; Dietrich, TJ; Braun, C
      Detection and follow-up of homonymous visual field defects - perimetric essentials for evaluation of spontaneous recovery

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Wessinger, CM; Fendrich, R; Gazzaniga, MS
      Variability of residual vision in hemianopic subjects

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    38. Kerkhoff, G
      Restorative and compensatory therapy approaches in cerebral blindness - a review

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    39. Sanchez-Blanco, I; Ochoa-Sangrador, C; Lopez-Munain, L; Izquierdo-Sanchez, M; Fermoso-Garcia, J
      Predictive model of functional independence in stroke patients admitted toa rehabilitation programme

      CLINICAL REHABILITATION
    40. Miki, A; Nakajima, T; Abe, H; Liu, GT
      Occipital lobe dysfunction revealed by functional brain imaging in a patient with traumatic visual field loss

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    41. Porro, G; van Nieuwenhuizen, O; Wittebol-Post, D; Schenk-Rootlieb, AJF; Treffers, WF
      Visual functions in congenital hemiplegia

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    42. Johnson, LN; Yee, W; Colapinto, EV
      The nasal circling phenomenon pattern of visual field loss on automated static perimetry - Implications on the neuroanatomy of the optic chiasm

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    43. Findlay, JM; Walker, R
      A model of saccade generation based on parallel processing and competitiveinhibition

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    44. Verstichel, P; Chia, L
      Impaired identification of faces after a left hemisphere lesion.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    45. Nielsen, KE; Intriligator, J; Barton, JJS
      Spatial representation in the normal visual field: a study of hemifield line bisection

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Ferber, S; Karnath, HO
      Parietal and occipital lobe contributions to perception of straight ahead orientation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    47. Cole, M
      When the left brain is not right the right brain may be left: report of personal experience of occipital hemianopia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    48. Tarkiainen, A; Helenius, P; Hansen, PC; Cornelissen, PL; Salmelin, R
      Dynamics of letter string perception in the human occipitotemporal cortex

      BRAIN
    49. ASSI A; BRAZIER DJ
      FUNCTIONAL HEMIANOPIAS ON HUMPHREY VISUAL-FIELD ANALYSIS

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
    50. DRIVER J; MATTINGLEY JB
      PARIETAL NEGLECT AND VISUAL AWARENESS

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    51. GOTTLIEB DD; FUHR A; HATCH WV; WRIGHT KD
      NEURO-OPTOMETRIC FACILITATION OF VISION RECOVERY AFTER ACQUIRED BRAININJURY

      NeuroRehabilitation (Reading, Mass.)
    52. Kerkhoff, G
      Rehabilitation of visuospatial cognition and visual exploration in neglect: a cross-over study

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    53. FUKUZAWA K; SASANUMA S; TATSUMI I; SUZUKI T; FUKUSAKO Y
      RECOVERY PROCESS OF COLOR NAMING DEFECTS IN PURE ALEXIA - A 5-YEAR LONGITUDINAL EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY

      Aphasiology
    54. Kasten, E; Wuest, S; Sabel, BA
      Variability of stimulus detection, form discrimination, and color recognition with suprathreshold campimetry in brain-damaged patients

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    55. KILLER HE; FORRER A; BLUMER BK
      NONARTERITIC POSTERIOR ISCHEMIC OPTIC NEUROPATHY TREATED WITH OPTIC-NERVE SHEATH DECOMPRESSION - REPORT OF 2 CASES

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    56. LEPORE FE
      VISUAL DEFICITS IN ALEXIA WITHOUT AGRAPHIA

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    57. SCHIEFER U; SKALEJ M; KOLB M; DIETRICH TJ; KOLB R; BRAUN C; PETERSEN D
      LESION LOCATION INFLUENCES PERCEPTION OF HOMONYMOUS SCOTOMAS DURING FLICKERING RANDOM-DOT PATTERN STIMULATION

      Vision research
    58. CORNBLATH WT; BUTTER CM; BARNES LL; HASSELBACH MM
      SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CEREBRAL POLYOPIA - A CASE-STUDY

      Vision research (Oxford)
    59. GUNDUZ K; CANSU K; BULDUKLAR S; SAATCI I
      HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA AS THE INITIAL MANIFESTATION OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Ophthalmologica
    60. TREXLER LE
      VOLITIONAL CONTROL OF HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA - A SINGLE-CASE STUDY

      Neuropsychologia
    61. AGLIOTI S; SMANIA N; MORO V; PERU A
      TACTILE SALIENCE INFLUENCES EXTINCTION

      Neurology
    62. JUNEMANN A
      CONFRONTATION VISUAL-FIELD TEST USING BAGOLINI STRIATED GLASSES - A NEW SCREENING METHOD FOR DETECTING QUADRANTANOPIA AND HEMIANOPIA

      Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde
    63. GAU M; NESTLER A; DIETRICH J; FAUDE F
      RETROSELLAR ARACHNOIDAL CYST AS UNUSUAL CAUSE OF HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA

      Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde
    64. KRETSCHMANN U; GENDO K; WILHELM H; SCHIEFER U; HETTESHEIMER H; ZRENNER E
      OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL-FIELD DEFE CTS BY MULTIFOCAL ERG

      Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde
    65. Kollias, SS; Landau, K; Khan, N; Golay, X; Bernays, R; Yonekawa, Y; Valavanis, A
      Functional evaluation using magnetic resonance imaging of the visual cortex in patients with retrochiasmatic lesions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    66. BARTON JJS; BLACK SE
      LINE BISECTION IN HEMIANOPIA

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    67. MEZEY LE; HARRIS CM; SHAWKAT FS; TIMMS C; KRISS A; WEST P; TAYLOR DSI
      SACCADIC STRATEGIES IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIANOPIA

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    68. PORRO G; WITTEBOLPOST D; DEGRAFF M; VANNIEUWENHUIZEN O; SCHENKROOTLIEB AJF; TREFFERS WF
      DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL FUNCTION IN HEMIHYDRANENCEPHALY

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    69. WEIN F; FRANCIS GS; GANS MS; CONNOLLY WES; BURNIER MN
      NEUROOPHTHALMIC FINDINGS IN PROGRESSIVE MULTIFOCAL LEUKOENCEPHALOPATHY

      Canadian journal of ophthalmology
    70. HIRAI T; ARAI M; ITO Y; SATO M
      MODIFIED BAGOLINI STRIATED GLASS TEST - CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS OF STARLIGHT TEST IN BINOCULAR VISUAL-FIELD SCREENING

      British journal of ophthalmology
    71. BARTON JJS; BEHRMANN M; BLACK S
      OCULAR SEARCH DURING LINE BISECTION - THE EFFECTS OF HEMI-NEGLECT ANDHEMIANOPIA

      Brain (Print)
    72. MARTIN TJ
      THRESHOLD PERIMETRY OF EACH EYE WITH BOTH EYES OPEN IN PATIENTS WITH MONOCULAR FUNCTIONAL (NONORGANIC) AND ORGANIC VISION LOSS

      American journal of ophthalmology
    73. KARNATH HO
      SPATIAL ORIENTATION AND THE REPRESENTATION OF SPACE WITH PARIETAL LOBE LESIONS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    74. SCHINDLER I; KERKHOFF G
      HEAD AND TRUNK ORIENTATION MODULATE VISUAL NEGLECT

      NeuroReport
    75. STEINKE W; MANGOLD J; SCHWARTZ A; HENNERICI M
      MECHANISMS OF INFARCTION IN THE SUPERFICIAL POSTERIOR CEREBRAL-ARTERYTERRITORY

      Journal of neurology
    76. AGLIOTI S; SMANIA N; BARBIERI C; CORBETTA M
      INFLUENCE OF STIMULUS SALIENCE AND ATTENTIONAL DEMANDS ON VISUAL-SEARCH PATTERNS IN HEMISPATIAL NEGLECT

      Brain and cognition
    77. ARGUIN M; BUB D
      LEXICAL CONSTRAINTS ON READING ACCURACY IN NEGLECT DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    78. TRAUZETTELKLOSINSKI S
      ECCENTRIC FIXATION WITH HEMIANOPIC FIELD DEFECTS - A VALUABLE STRATEGY TO IMPROVE READING-ABILITY AND AN INDICATION OF CORTICAL PLASTICITY

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    79. WALDVOGEL D; STURZENEGGER M; OZDOBA C; SCHROTH G
      HEMIPARESIS AND HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA AS THE PRESENTING SIGN OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    80. BEHRMANN M; WATT S; BLACK SE; BARTON JJS
      IMPAIRED VISUAL-SEARCH IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL NEGLECT - AN OCULOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

      Neuropsychologia
    81. BENITOLEON J; SANCHEZSUAREZ C; DIAZGUZMAN J; MARTINEZSALIO A
      PURE ALEXIA COULD NOT BE A DISCONNECTION SYNDROME

      Neurology
    82. NADEAU SE; CROSSON B; SCHWARTZ RL; HEILMAN KM
      GAZE RELATED ENHANCEMENT OF HEMISPHERIC BLOOD-FLOW IN A STROKE PATIENT

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    83. CIARAMITARO VM; WALLACE SF; ROSENQUIST AC
      IBOTENIC ACID LESIONS OF THE SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS RETICULATA IPSILATERAL TO A VISUAL CORTICAL LESION FAIL TO RESTORE VISUAL ORIENTING RESPONSES IN THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    84. VANDERWILDT GJ; BERGSMA DP
      VISUAL-FIELD ENLARGEMENT BY NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TRAINING OF A HEMIANOPIA PATIENT

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    85. BARTON JJS; SHARPE JA
      SMOOTH-PURSUIT AND SACCADES TO MOVING TARGETS IN BLIND HEMIFIELDS - ACOMPARISON OF MEDIAL OCCIPITAL, LATERAL OCCIPITAL AND OPTIC RADIATIONLESIONS

      Brain
    86. BUTTER CM; KOSSLYN S; MIJOVICPRELEC D; RIFFLE A
      FIELD-SPECIFIC DEFICITS IN VISUAL-IMAGERY FOLLOWING HEMIANOPIA DUE TOUNILATERAL OCCIPITAL INFARCTS

      Brain
    87. SMANIA N; BAZOLI F; PIVA D; GUIDETTI G
      VISUOMOTOR IMAGERY AND REHABILITATION OF NEGLECT

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    88. KO PT; LIN SK; CHANG YJ; RYU SJ; CHU CC
      CAROTID FLOATING PLAQUES ASSOCIATED WITH MULTIPLE CEREBRAL EMBOLIC STROKES - CASE-REPORTS

      Angiology
    89. STREFF JW
      VISUAL REHABILITATION OF HEMIANOPTIC HEAD TRAUMA PATIENTS EMPHASIZINGAMBIENT PATHWAYS

      NeuroRehabilitation
    90. HABIB M; ROBICHON F
      BRAIN MECHANISMS OF READING - A MODEL IN COGNITIVE NEUROLOGY

      MS. Medecine sciences
    91. NEAU JP; BOGOUSSLAVSKY J
      THE SYNDROME OF POSTERIOR CHOROIDAL ARTERY TERRITORY INFARCTION

      Annals of neurology
    92. SEKULER EB; BEHRMANN M
      PERCEPTUAL CUES IN PURE ALEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    93. WILHELM H; WILHELM B; PETERSEN D; SCHMIDT U; SCHIEFER U
      RELATIVE AFFERENT PUPILLARY DEFECTS IN PATIENTS WITH GENICULATE AND RETROGENICULATE LESIONS

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    94. SCHOEPF D; ZANGEMEISTER WH
      TARGET PREDICTABILITY INFLUENCES THE DISTRIBUTION OF COORDINATED EYE-HEAD GAZE SACCADES IN PATIENTS WITH HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA

      Neurological research
    95. MOLIA L; WINTERKORN JMS; SCHNEIDER SJ
      HEMIANOPIC VISUAL-FIELD DEFECTS IN CHILDREN WITH INTRACRANIAL SHUNTS - REPORT OF 2 CASES

      Neurosurgery
    96. HACKLEY SA; JOHNSON LN
      DISTINCT EARLY AND LATE SUBCOMPONENTS OF THE PHOTIC BLINK REFLEX - RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS IN PATIENTS WITH RETROGENICULATE LESIONS

      Psychophysiology
    97. WALKER R; FINDLAY JM
      SACCADIC EYE-MOVEMENT PROGRAMMING IN UNILATERAL NEGLECT

      Neuropsychologia
    98. WESSINGER CM; FENDRICH R; PTITO A; VILLEMURE JG; GAZZANIGA MS
      RESIDUAL VISION WITH AWARENESS IN THE FIELD CONTRALATERAL TO A PARTIAL OR COMPLETE FUNCTIONAL HEMISPHERECTOMY

      Neuropsychologia
    99. VUILLEUMIER P; HESTER D; ASSAL G; REGLI F
      UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT RECOVERY AFTER SEQUENTIAL STROKES

      Neurology
    100. SHINTANI S; TSURUOKA S; KOUMO Y; SHIIGAI T
      SUDDEN STROKE-LIKE ONSET OF HOMONYMOUS HEMIANOPIA DUE TO BACTERIAL BRAIN-ABSCESS

      Journal of the neurological sciences


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