'Dorsal stream dysfunction' and 'dorsal stream dysfunction plus': a potential classification for perceptual visual impairment in the context of cerebral visual impairment?

@article{Dutton2009DorsalSD,
  title={'Dorsal stream dysfunction' and 'dorsal stream dysfunction plus': a potential classification for perceptual visual impairment in the context of cerebral visual impairment?},
  author={Gordon N. Dutton},
  journal={Developmental medicine and child neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={170-2}
}
tion, activity and participation, and contextual factors. The content of HRQoL measures for adults have been mapped to ICF components and codes. The concepts in the HRQoL measures varied markedly from instrument to instrument, but over 90% were directly linked to ICF concepts or the non-specific concepts of health, general health, and QoL. Very few contextual and environmental factors were represented in the instruments however, demonstrating a limited assessment of issues like support and… CONTINUE READING

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