Post-stroke visual hallucinations and their associations with damaged and intact Brodmann areas

Takeaway

  • Post-stroke visual hallucinations involve complex interactions between damaged and intact areas of the visual cortex.

Why this matters

    Visual hallucinations in hemianopic patients have been mostly reported in case studies, creating difficulty in assessing the frequency of the occurrence or their neuroanatomic bases. This study investigates the neuroanatomic bases of visual hallucination in patients with post-stroke homonymous hemianopia (HH).