Simultanagnosia



simultanagnosia si·mul·tan·ag·no·sia (sī’məl-tān’āg-nō’zhə)
n.
Inability to recognize multiple elements in a simultaneously displayed visual presentation; the ability to appreciate elements of a scene but not the display as a whole.

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