FORGETTING HOW TO SEE: A VARIANT OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AFFECTING VISION

Morgan Ollinger

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Abstract

A middle aged man shows progressively worsening vision, including reduced acuity, tracking, and visual spatial abilities. Posterior cortical atrophy, a variant of Alzheimer’s, causes these decreases in visual function while preserving cognitive abilities, as reported.

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Year: 2016

Program Number: R2016135

Author Affiliation: Michigan College of Optometry

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