Pre-requisites: Diploma in British Orthoptics Or Degree in Orthoptics (or equivalent overseas qualification)
This module examines visual processing. Different visual functions are considered within the brain and this introduces the clinician to processes which are necessary for 'seeing' and for eye movements.
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