Palinopsia Literally 'seeing again'; Is a form of visual perseveration. It refers to reappearance of an image after some time when the original external stimulus is no longer available. Neural basis of palinopsia is unknown but many palinopsia patients have some right-hemisphere disturbances.
Tendency to emit the same verbal or motor response again and again to varied stimuli.
Literally 'seeing again'; Is a form of visual perseveration. It refers to reappearance of an image after some time when the original external stimulus is no longer available. Neural basis of palinopsia is unknown but many palinopsia patients have some right-hemisphere disturbances.
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A condition characterised by episodic articular or periarticular pain, often with redness. The pain may be intense but rarely lasts longer than 2 or 3 days and resolves totally afterwards with no sequelae. May ultimately evolve into a more recognisable arthropathy (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis in a proportion of those with rheumatoid factor).
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4 superficial layers of the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus. Small neurons, termination sight of midget ganglion cells.
Pathway that begins with the midget (parvo) ganglion cells in the retina and terminates within the parvocellular layer of the LGN. Conduction slower than that of Magnocellular Pathway.
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Area of the retina or visual space that when stimulated by a visual stimulus produces a change in behavioral response.
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