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Conclusions - Acuity, Colour, Contrast & Fields

All of these cerebral visual impairments can easily be understood in terms of adjusting the picture on your television set. This is all about the creation of the image, which is made in a part of the brain called the occipital lobes, which are located at the back of the brain, and the middle temporal lobes, which are just in front of the occipital lobes and see and interpret movement.

Image showing left side of the brain with the middle temporal (MT) area marked with a black arrow.  The occipital lobe is coloured red.Image showing left side of the brain with the middle temporal (MT) area marked with a black arrow. The occipital lobe is coloured red.

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At CVI Scotland we are devoted to helping people understand cerebral visual impairments, and together working towards developing the understanding of this complex condition.