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A 70-year-old woman developed left hemispatial neglect following a right parietal haemorrhage (figure 1A). On a standard target cancellation task, she neglected 6/10 left-sided stimuli (figure 1B,C and see online supplementary video). However, on a modified target cancellation task (erasing targets …
Contributors Both authors contributed to the conception, drafting and revision of the manuscript, and approved the final submitted version for publication.
Competing interests AB receives royalties from Clinical Pathophysiology Made Ridiculously Simple (Medmaster, Inc) and The Improvising Mind (Oxford University Press).
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