Visual field defects after stroke--a practical guide for GPs.

  • Luu S
  • Lee A
  • Daly A
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Visual field defect after stroke can result in significant disability and reduction in quality of life. Visual rehabilitation aims to maximise the residual vision and decrease functional disability. Understanding the rehabilitation options available, and where to refer patients with visual defects after a stroke, can help patients, and their families, in the rehabilitation process.

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  • Susie Luu

  • Andrew W Lee

  • Andrew Daly

  • Celia S Chen

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