J-F Legargasson

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The visual cortex may reorganize after occurrence of a scotoma. Different experimental studies have shown that there is an attempt to minimize the impact of the scotoma, the missing information being filled-in by surrounding information. The clinical consequences of this filling-in phenomenon have been extensively studied by Safran and co-workers. The(More)
Among the different means to adapt to central scotoma is eccentric fixation in several zones, the most documented and best-known phenomenon. After anatomic destruction of the macula, one area of the perifoveal retina may become the new oculomotor reference. This area is referred to as the preferred retinal locus (PRL). Scanning laser ophthalmoscopy greatly(More)
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