- stationary scotoma
- A term used to denote a scotoma (i.e. an area of loss or impairment of vision) that does not move across the field of vision. The term is used in opposition to the term * moving scotoma.ReferencesSacks, O. (1992). Migraine. Revised and expanded. New York, NY: Vintage Books.
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