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Ethology and cortical visual impairment

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    In industrialised countries there has been a switch in recent decades from ocular to non-ocular causes of visual impairment. The term cortical visual impairment (CVI) is applied to visual loss arising from defects in the geniculostriate pathways although, by default, other neurological defects may be included. The ophthalmological …

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