If you watch the Robin Williams / Oliver Sacks movie/book Awakenings you will see what dopamine can and cannot do to the brain.
Big or small, fast or slow, aberrations fill the world of natural history making museums, films and narratives interesting.
Hemianopia, partial loss of the field of vision, is a condition usually the result of a stroke although other neurological disorders such as tumours can be responsible. From the Greek; hemi – half, an – without, opia – sight. Damage to an individual’s brain in the area responsible for interpreting visual input is the mostContinue reading “Management hemianopia”