The Effects of an Occipital Lobe Stroke
Effects . An occipital lobe stroke can cause a variety of visual changes, which include partial vision loss, complete blindness, and visual hallucinations, as well as some unique visual syndromes. The occipital lobe is not completely uniform, and the regions within the occipital lobe play different roles in integrating vision.
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