Crossing Fibers in Anterior Optic Chiasm Linked to Vision Loss in Tumors

A central component in the anterior two-thirds of the optic chiasm contains only crossing fibers. In a study in a male rhesus monkey, researchers identified this component and found that sellar tumors cause injury to these crossing fibers, which causes temporal visual field loss.

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