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A 42-year-old female was referred to our department by an ophthalmologist because of newly discovered bitemporal hemianopsia (figures 1A–C). Over the past years she had increasing difficulty reading subtitles and noticed overlooking passing vehicles when crossing roads.
The patient was born with third-degree horizontal nystagmus, strabismus convergens and congenital morning glory …
Contributors FH, VK and FdB all identified the patient and wrote the article. FH and FdB corresponded with the patient. FH designed the pictures and obtained informed consent. VK obtained the MRI pictures.
Competing interests None.
Patient consent Obtained.
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