Charles Bonnet Syndrome

3 October 2005
Volume 06, Issue 4

The prevalence, clinical characteristics, pathogenesis and management of CBS.

Introduction 

This review aims to describe the prevalence, clinical characteristics, pathogenesis and management of CBS. Increased awareness of this phenomenon amongst eye care and medical practitioners should help improve its recognition and allow patients to be directed to appropriate methods of management.

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