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Where is the blind spot in the retina?

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Dr. Richard Scartozzi
Ophthalmology - Retinal Surgery
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The physiologic (normal) blind spot is from the area of the retina that is occupied by the optic nerve.
The brain "fills in" this missing circular area of perception, so you usually don't notice the blind spot in your everyday vision.

In brief: See below

The physiologic (normal) blind spot is from the area of the retina that is occupied by the optic nerve.
The brain "fills in" this missing circular area of perception, so you usually don't notice the blind spot in your everyday vision.
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