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Why You Don’t Want Homonymous Hemianopsia and What You Can do for it

1. ________ is the most common cause of homonymous hemianopsia.
2. Approximately _______% of HH cases resolve spontaneously within the first six months after stroke.
3. HH results from damage to the _____________
4. Significant trauma to the left optic nerve would leave a patient with ______________
5. Significant trauma to the right optic tract would leave a patient with ______________
6. What are the top 3 quality of life issues for patients with homonymous hemianopsia?
7. An HH patient wants to drive. What is a major consideration in determining whether they can?
8. How would you test the various lens options for HH?
9. Which lens for homonymous hemianopia can you make without testing first?
10. About how much visual field does a patient with normal vision have?
11. Approximately how much visual field does a monocular patient have?
12. Homonymous hemianopia cuts the visual field by about _____%
13. Monocular vision cuts the visual field by about _____%
14. How would you describe the missing visual field experienced by an HH patient?
15. Where in our ocular anatomy are we capable of achieving our best visual acuity?
16. If a patient has left hemianopsia, how will that affect their reading?
17. If a patient has right hemianopsia, how will that affect their reading?
18. Which lens designs for homonymous hemianopia are effective at primary gaze?
19. Which lens designs for homonymous hemianopia only expand the patient's visual field when they gaze into their blind area?
20. “My uncle smoked a pack of cigarettes every day and lived to be 100” is an example of:
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.