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“But I still can’t see,” A Case of Functional Visual Loss?

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Title: “But I still can’t see,” A Case of Functional Visual Loss?
Author: Lisa Ord, LCSW, Ph.D., Moran Eye Center
Date: 8/29/2018
Keywords/Main Subjects: Conversion disorder; Functional Neurologic Symptom Disorder; Functional Vision Loss; Non-organic visual loss;
Diagnosis: Functional Vision Loss
Brief Description: Case presentation of 48 year old male with a hx of right sided weakness 2/2 stroke and PTSD who presents with HM vision OU. Vision decreased from 20/60 over 5 months. Had normal MRI, retina exam, Mildly abnormal ERG. Diagnosed and treated for Functional Vision Loss
Format: Video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_25764
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