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Neurological deficits in the present study varied from hemiparesis (80%), convulsions (12%), and visual deficits (8%).
The following variables were significantly and directly associated with the rate of falls: history of hypertension, use of antihypertensives, contact with a doctor within the month preceding the survey, urination at night (in both sexes), history of stroke and visual deficit (in men), and incompetence in toileting (in women).
In the late visually impaired group, the visual deficit had prevailed an average of 15 years before the study.
42) The implication of this adaptationist approach is that the nystagmus is tuned to the visual deficit starting in infancy.
It follows that signs of dyslexia may be normal for more than half the population; the ability to adapt to and cope with this condition depending on the degree of visual deficit and native wit.
This study reflects the importance of visual deficits in AD and the potential impact this can have on driving performance.
Visual deficits in Alzheimer's disease and dementia
All patients have early severe visual deficits in childhood with their visual acuity <20/400.
This finding is important because it demonstrates the potential for broad applications of such models to study brain function, even for people with visual deficits.
Dyslexic children seem to have some highly specific visual deficits in processing moving stimuli.
Obviously, not every person has insight into their visual deficits and subtle deficits may be missed.