Your Vision May Be Damaged By Stroke

Up to 66 percent of people who suffer a stroke experience changes to their vision.

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Vision doesn’t just depend on healthy eyes—it also depends on a healthy brain. This means that if your brain is damaged by a stroke, your field of vision and ability

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