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Visual Impairment After a Stroke

      Stroke is a leading cause of disability worldwide, and difficulty with your eyes is one of the most common problems seen after stroke. When a stroke occurs there is a temporary loss of oxygen to the brain, and this can result in visual impairments such as a change in eye motor function (the ability to move the eye around) and/or in the quality of your vision.
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