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The capacity for identifying shapes and faces through different points of view object constancy suggests that the difficulty in naming objects occurs even if the structural representations are preserved.

The impairment is found in access to it, 5 which also occurs in pure alexia, reported by various authors as a comorbidity to optic aphasia.

The fact that the majority of optic aphasia cases are associated to a deficit in the right visual field 9 explains the difficulty described by the patient in seeing the second half of the words. This difficulty was not specific to reading the patient found watching TV difficult for the same reason , but it did not compromise his performance in copying pictures as well as in perception tests. In relation to the affected area in the brain, although the patient did not show compromise in the splenium of the callosal corpus on imaging exams, we found reports in the literature with the same characteristics, 4 which taken together with the clinical evidence and results of neuropsychological assessment, constitute a fundamental triad for the diagnosis of neuropsychological impairment.

Although it would be valuable to analyze a larger amount of data collected from other patients with this same disorder in order to obtain consistent results, including a more specific language evaluation, the relevance of this present case study is justified not only due to its rarity but also because it highlights the importance of differential diagnosis concerning patient treatment.

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