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Chapter 14 Approaches to deal with visual problems due to cerebral visual impairment.
Chapter 16 Setting up integrated services for children with cerebral visual impairment (Margot Campbell & Marianna Buultjens).
SECTION 5 CLASSIFICATION OF CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT.
Chapter 17 Classification of visual functioning and disability in children with visual processing disorders due to cerebral visual impairment (Lea Hyvarinen).
The introduction of the inappropriate term, cerebral visual impairment, has already created much confusion and unfortunately will continue to create confusion until it dies a natural death.
Jan's objections to the term cerebral visual impairment is that it is an "umbrella term.
How should cerebral visual impairment be subdivided?
I prefer to use the umbrella term cerebral visual impairment and to differentiate the functional consequences with the terms visual impairment and visual dysfunction.
He considered ocular visual impairment to be associated with optical and retinal problems; cerebral visual impairment to be associated with pathway problems, cortical problems, and oculomotor problems; and visual dysfunction to be associated with higher-order processing areas in the brain that serve vision for action (dorsal stream) and vision for recognition (ventral stream), as derived from the work of Dutton (2003).
Dorsal stream dysfunction" and "dorsal stream dysfunction plus": A potential classification for perceptual visual impairment in the context of cerebral visual impairment.
Reading acquisition, cognitive and visual development, and self-esteem in four children with cerebral visual impairment.
Final report for the Vice President's Assigned Time Award: Developing a comprehensive educational assessment model to evaluate the needs of children with cerebral visual impairment.
Oculomotor dysfunction in cerebral visual impairment following perinatal hypoxia.