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When a person goes blind from a stroke who makes the

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When a person goes blind from a stroke who makes the diagnosis an eye doctor or a neurologist
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Stevens replied 7 years ago.
Hello there
in these cases, formal visual field tests can be done to help confirm the diagnosis of cortical blindness (that caused by a stroke). With some objective findings, whoever feels confortable with making the diagnosis can do so,however typically ophthalmologists are more likely to make the diagnosis and sign disability forms and so on, I wish you well, Dr. Stevens
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