prevalent in 20–57% of stroke patients, visual field defects have been shown to impact quality of life. Studies ([8][1]) have shown increased risk of falling, ambulatory difficulties, impaired reading ability, and feelings of panic in crowded or unfamiliar places in patients with visual field

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