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Recent advances in cortical visual impairment

  • William V Good (a1), James E Jan (a2), Susan K Burden (a3), Ann Skoczenski (a4) and Rowan Candy (a1)...

Abstract

Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is the leading cause of bilateral visual impairment in children in Western countries. This finding reflects better methods for identifying visual impairment due to CNS injury and also advances in perinatal care, which have increased the survival rate of children with neurological morbidity. This review will describe advances in the diagnosis and management of CVI. Central to our discussion is a definition of CVI that includes a decrease in visual acuity. New treatment and rehabilitative measures are badly needed for this disorder. We hope to stimulate interest in CVI, a disease that has become a significant public health problem.

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Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, 2318 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA. E-mail: good@skivs.ski.org

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