Three days, 15 points and just starting to recover from the British Geriatric Society Autumn Conference

For the most, this was people showing-off their successes, how many older people they had saved from peril (mostly keeping them out of hospital), how many standard deviations from the mean their intervention had generated and so on.

Management hemianopia

Hemianopia, partial loss of the field of vision, is a condition usually the result of a stroke although other neurological disorders such as tumours can be responsible. From the Greek; hemi – half, an – without, opia – sight. Damage to an individual’s brain in the area responsible for interpreting visual input is the mostContinue reading “Management hemianopia”