n. blindness in one or both halves of the visual field, resulting from defects or injury to the central or peripheral visual system. Also known as anopsia. See also hemianopia- quadranopia.

ANOPIA: "The individual experienced anopia, which caused blindness in both parts of his or her visual field, resulting from a genetic defect. "
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