Rehabilitation of primary visual (hemianopia) and auditory (localization deficits) disorders


1) Hemianopia is an primary visual disorder, whereby patients cannot detect visual stimuli presented either in the left or the right visual hemifield.
Rehabilitative program consists in a  cross-modal visuo-acoustic stimulation, with the aim of activating collicular structures involved in programming eye  movements towards the affected hemifield.

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