Question: A Patient That Develops Dificulty With Night Vision And Has Difficulty Perceiving Objects In Motion In Cingnosed With A Lesion Is The On Lateral Geniculate Body. What Layer Is The Most Probable Location Of This Lesion? Answers AE A 1.4, And 6 B 3, 4, 5 And 6 C 1.2 And 3 D 2, 3 And 5 E 1 And 2

Question: A Patient That Develops Dificulty With Night Vision And Has Difficulty Perceiving Objects In Motion In Cingnosed With A Lesion Is The On Lateral Geniculate Body. What Layer Is The Most Probable Location Of This Lesion? Answers AE A 1.4, And 6 B 3, 4, 5 And 6 C 1.2 And 3 D 2, 3 And 5 E 1 And 2

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A patient that develops dificulty with night vision and has difficulty perceiving objects in motion in cingnosed with a lesion is the on lateral geniculate body. What layer is the most probable location of this lesion? Answers AE A 1.4, and 6 B 3, 4, 5 and 6 C 1.2 and 3 D 2, 3 and 5 E 1 and 2