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What is transistent cortical blindness?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Brain vision loss
The eye sends information to the brain (occipital lobe) which computes the image we see as vision.
If there is a disturbance to the function of this part of the brain, that is short term and returns to normal, we call it transient cortical blindness. This can be a circulatory problem, due to trauma or to some rare drug side effects. A neurologist can help you sort this out.

In brief: Brain vision loss
The eye sends information to the brain (occipital lobe) which computes the image we see as vision.
If there is a disturbance to the function of this part of the brain, that is short term and returns to normal, we call it transient cortical blindness. This can be a circulatory problem, due to trauma or to some rare drug side effects. A neurologist can help you sort this out.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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