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The Apparently Blind Infant

  • Michael C. Brodsky
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Abstract

Visual unresponsiveness in an otherwise healthy baby is an alarming finding. Parents are staring down the cannon at a lifetime of potential blindness in their baby and are understandably anxious and inquisitive about the cause, severity, and prognosis of the condition. Depending on the underlying cause, the visual outcome may range from normal vision to complete blindness. The importance of establishing an accurate diagnosis in this setting is obvious. This chapter emphasizes the congenital visual disorders in infancy but includes some discussion of other visual system disorders that may manifest later in childhood.

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