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Higher Order Cortical Vision Loss- JCAHPO Webinar

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Title: Higher Order Cortical Vision Loss/ Where Hallucinations and Illusions Live in the Brain
Authors: Sravanthi Vegunta MD, Bradley Jacobsen MD
Date: 6/26/2019
Diagnosis: Balint Syndrome, Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, Prosopagnosia, Higher order cortical visual dysfunction
Brief Description: Presentation of examples and how to categorize hallucinations, illusions, and higher order cortical visual conditions such as Balint syndrome, Alice in Wonderland syndrome, Cortical Achromatopsia, Topographagnosia, and Propsopagnosia. We provide several illustrative cases of previously listed conditions. We review relevant cortical brain anatomy to better understand various types of visual disturbances involving the dorsal versus ventral streams.
Format: Video presentation at (Joint Commission in Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology) JCAHPO webinar June 2019.
Identifier: Moran_CORE_26654
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