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Supposing you have a ruptured atery in the middle cranial fossa, what part of the visual field would be blinded?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology

In brief: Variable

The amount and location of the visual field loss depends on what part of the brain is damaged.
Generally, visual loss occurs in the opposite visual field of both eyes of where the brain problem is.

In brief: Variable

The amount and location of the visual field loss depends on what part of the brain is damaged.
Generally, visual loss occurs in the opposite visual field of both eyes of where the brain problem is.
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