Negative outcome Charles Bonnet Syndrome

  title={Negative outcome Charles Bonnet Syndrome},
  author={Thomas Cox and Dominic H. ffytche},
  booktitle={The British journal of ophthalmology},
BACKGROUND Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) is widely considered a transient condition without adverse consequence, questioning the need for treatment. Yet, while this view may be true of the majority of people with CBS, it is recognised that some have negative experiences and outcomes. Here, we attempt to better understand negative outcome CBS and the factors that influence it. METHODS 4000 members of the Macular Society were sent a structured questionnaire covering the phenomenology of CBS… CONTINUE READING
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