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22) evaluated 411 children with CP and found that as GMFCS and BFMF levels increased, the frequency of problems such as comorbid learning disability, visual disorders, and hearing disorders also increased.
Proponents of the term cerebral visual impairment made another major mistake by restricting visual function and visual disorders to the cerebrum.
Thus, to date, there is little clinical evidence on which to advocate the consideration of spinal manipulation as an intervention in patients with visual disorders.
Tayyab Afghani explained various visual disorders in children while WHO representative Dr.
Electrophysiology plays many different roles in the diagnosis of visual disorders (van Genderen et al.
Howden and our collaborative group have overcome an important hurdle which, when considered in the context of other recent developments: may lead to personalized stem cell dicrapics that benefit people with genetic visual disorders.
Studies involving cats, though few and far between, have given researchers better understanding of visual disorders because of similarities between the nervous system of the cat and that of humans, allowing for the study of vision and for other types of research involving the nervous system.
Lucie Elfervig, DNS, MA, RN, APRN, FAAN, has numerous publications to her credit, plus her most recent contribution, the chapter "Caring for the Patient with Visual Disorders, published in K.
11 in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests that older adults with untreated visual disorders are more likely to develop dementia, especially Alzheimer's disease.
11 in the American Journal of Epidemiology suggests that older adults with untreated visual disorders are significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease (AD).
The University of Michigan Health Services in Ann Arbor just reported that elderly people with untreated visual disorders are significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer's.