A 62-year-old man comes to the clinic complaining of problems with his vision and a horrible headache that began earlier in the day. he reports bumping into objects andnot being able to read half the printed page of newpaper. history of hypertension and diabetes present
findings....complete hemianopia and contralateral face and limb sensory loss
what is the diagnosis
this is a quest in hy neuro......the ans is post cerbral artery infarct....but since ther is contralateral sensory loss why isnt it due to middle cerebral artey infarct?