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A 78-year-old right-handed man with a medical history of two transient ischemic attacks and hypertension presents to his general practitioner complaining that he is having trouble recognizing friends and acquaintances, even his wife. He reports he has had to depend upon mannerisms, clothing, and voices to determine people’s identities. His wife reports that the patient drives slower and adjusts his head position frequently while driving.
Which of the visual disturbances shown in the image is the most likely to occur in this patient?
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