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Neuro-opthalmology and Parkinson's Disease

Neuro-opthalmology and Parkinson's Disease

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Educational Supplement #17

Andrew A. Berman, M.D.
Eye Care Ltd., Highland Park, Skokie, IL

Neuro-ophthalmology is a medical specialty studying the impact of neurological disease on vision.  A neuro-ophthalmologist is either an ophthalmologist or a neurologist who has additional training and expertise in problems of the eye and nervous system. Neuro-ophthalmologists attempt to bridge the gap between the two disciplines by diagnosing and treating the visual manifestations of a nuerological disease.  This supplement is designed to explain Neuro-ophthalmologies role in Parkinson's disease.


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