If you have seen a case of Parkinson's disease, you have seen only ONE case of Parkinson's disease. There are numerous ocular health, oculomotor, and visual processing findings that can occur in patients with Parkinson's disease due to the disease itself as well as Parkinson's related treatment option. This presentation presents a comprehensive review of the pathophysiology of Parkinson's disease as it pertains to the visual system. It uses cases to elaborate the various presentations of vision/ocular findings in Parkinson's disease and offers practical clinical management solutions

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