Because of the complexity of neuro-ophthalmologic problems and the relationship to other aspects of the body, the neuro-ophthalmologic examination needs to be in-depth and usually takes significantly longer than a routine eye examination. Frequently, additional tests need to be performed such as visual field testing, head scans such as an MRI or a CAT scan, or other tests of the heart, blood vessels, and retina.
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