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Bitemporal upper quadrantanopia

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Loss of vision in both upper temporal quadrants is suggestive of an early lesion at the optic chiasm.

A tumour of the pituitary may present with a bitemporal upper quadrantic visual defect which progresses to a bitemporal hemianopia.

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