scotoma

NOUN
  1. an isolated area of diminished vision within the visual field
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  • The neurological term for this is scotoma, which is Greek for “blind spot.” The Answer
  • We the Muslims need the Palestinians to remain locked in their plight so that they might continue to serve as the Ummah's scotoma a blindspot which literally prevents us from seeing our own more immediate distresses, distresses which might demand our attention and perhaps even require societal interventions . Qanta Ahmed, MD: Israel and the Flotilla: On the Dangers of a Binary View
  • Do you like what you now hear using real words (oldspeak) and what you now see putting aside scotoma and taking off those rose-colored glasses? Deane Waldman: July 4th Gift: Freedom from Newspeak, Scotoma, & Rose-Colored Glasses
  • The patient performs this test daily at home and is instructed to call the physician if line distortions or scotomas are detected and persist for one or two days.
  • With Damato campimetry we can measure the central visual field and the inner edge of the ring scotoma when it starts to develop.
  • Read the scintillating details of my scotoma here. Archive 2007-04-01
  • Half of them had clear prodromata, such as scintillating scotomas and sensitivity to odors and noise.
  • We the Muslims need the Palestinians to remain locked in their plight so that they might continue to serve as the Ummah's scotoma (a blindspot) which literally prevents us from seeing our own more immediate distresses, distresses which might demand our attention and perhaps even require societal interventions. Qanta Ahmed, MD: Israel and the Flotilla: On the Dangers of a Binary View
  • My main symptoms are rapid onset aura with teichopsia, fortification spectra, unilateral temporal hemianopia and scintillating scotoma, in varying degrees of influence.
  • The ability to read with visual aids depends on the size and density of the central scotoma and the degree to which the person retains sensitivity to contrast.
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