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Dr Matt Dunn

  • This CET exam discusses blindsight, a phenomenon in which patients respond to stimuli presented to their perimetrically defined blind field. The neural pathways involved in both conscious and unconscious visual processing are also explored

  • This CET article discusses blindsight, a phenomenon in which patients respond to stimuli presented to their perimetrically defined blind field. The neural pathways involved in both conscious and unconscious visual processing are also explored

  • Perception is the final stage in the visual pathway. Over the years, several case studies of patients with perceptual dysfunction have enriched our understanding of the normally functioning visual system. This CET exam covers known perceptual disorders and what they teach us about visual neurology

  • This CET article provides an overview of known perceptual disorders and what they teach us about visual neurology

  • This article provides an up-to-date outline of the clinical management options available for patients with nystagmus, including optical, surgical and pharmaceutical approaches. Treatments are divided into those suitable for patients with latent, infantile and acquired nystagmus

  • This lecture will provide an up-to-date guide to nystagmus, covering diagnosis, classification and how to modify a standard routine. Currently available treatments will be discussed

  • Practitioners regularly encounter patients with nystagmus in practice, especially in the low vision setting. This first article in a two part series provides an up-to-date guide to nystagmus, covering diagnosis, classification, and how to modify a standard routine.