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1 Classifying Disorders of Higher-Order Visual ProcessingJason Barton, MD, PhD, FRCPCA taxonomy of cerebral visual disorders can be helpful in the diagnostic approach to patients. Visual processing can first be divided into low, intermediate and high-level disorders. The structural correlates of these functional levels correspond approximately to posterior occipital regions that are...20210223_nanos_cognitivedisorders1_01-slides
2 Classifying Disorders of Higher-Order Visual ProcessingJason Barton, MD, PhD, FRCPCA taxonomy of cerebral visual disorders can be helpful in the diagnostic approach to patients. Visual processing can first be divided into low, intermediate and high-level disorders. The structural correlates of these functional levels correspond approximately to posterior occipital regions that are...20210223_nanos_cognitivedisorders1_01-abstract
3 Classifying Disorders of Higher-Order Visual ProcessingJason Barton, MD, PhD, FRCPCA taxonomy of cerebral visual disorders can be helpful in the diagnostic approach to patients. Visual processing can first be divided into low, intermediate and high-level disorders. The structural correlates of these functional levels correspond approximately to posterior occipital regions that are...20210223_nanos_cognitivedisorders1_01-video
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