CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition
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A good many of the children who arrive at CAMSPs (Centres d’action médico-sociale précoce, Centers for Medico-Social Early Intervention) suffer from visual disorders. These are complex to detect and diagnose, since a visual impairment can come about as a result of a so-called “peripheral” injury, that is to say an injury of the eye, or a so-called “central” lesion, an injury of the visual pathways or the areas of the brain where visual information is decoded and interpreted (so-called “neurovisual” disorders). Sometimes it is the processing of information itself that is perturbed by visual disorders, which can have various origins. Finally, the entanglement of neurological and psychoaffective and/or relational factors frequently complicates the diagnosis and monitoring of these children. In this issue, after addressing the development of vision in young children, researchers, doctors, and rehabilitation staff describe the disorders that can affect it and the treatments that can be given.

The journal of the French National Association of Early Medico-Social Intervention Teams and Centers (ANECAMSP) focuses on topics related to children with disabilities. Read more...
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