Visual processing disorder

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What is Visual processing disorder?

Visual processing disorder is characterized as a deficit in the ability to make sense of information taken in through the eyes; some examples include difficulty discriminating foreground from background, and unable to make sense of forms, size, and position in space.

Common symptoms reported by people with Visual processing disorder

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What people are taking for it

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Treatments taken by people with Visual processing disorder

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Compare treatments taken by people with Visual processing disorder

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Who has Visual processing disorder on PatientsLikeMe?



These charts show data from Visual processing disorder patients who have completed their condition history
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