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Cortical Vision Screening Test

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The Cortical Vision Screening Test (CORVIST) is designed to detect visual impairments in individuals with normal (corrected) or near-normal vision. It allows vision specialists without any detailed knowledge of neuropsychology to probe the higher visual areas of the brain and is designed for use with patients with visual symptoms that cannot be explained by a routine ophthalmological, optometric or neurological examination Used in conjunction with the Visual Object and Space Perception Battery(VOSP), the CORVIST provides a comprehensive assessment of visuospatial ability.

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