I am dealing with neuro-ophthalmology, since the time of my PhD training, when I was consultant of the Neuro-Ophthalmology Service of the Ophthalmology Department of the University of Turin. Soon after I moved to the Opthalmology Department of the Gradenigo Hospital, I have become the holder of the out-patient clinic of neuro-ophthalmology. Initially conceived for patients affected by visual field damage due to cerebral impairment, soon its users' typology has been opened up to more general neuro-ophthalmological disorders and in particular to dyslexic children.
Within the clinical setting I have managed to focus my efforts within a more speculative framework, being interested in particular on the so-called cross-modal plasticity, on the perceptive aspects of migraine and on my favourite arguments, that is developmental dyslexia and perimetry.
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From International Ophthalmology to Space Ophthalmology: The Threats to Vision on the Way to Moon and Mars Colonization
Le modalità di codifica visiva
The optokinetic response is effective to assess objective visual acuity in patients with cataract and age-related macular degeneration
Cenni sull’organizzazione funzionale della corteccia visiva- lo storico contributo di Hubel & Wiesel
Separating the Visuospatial from the Visuomotor Coordination Skill Estimation in Learning Disabled Children: the Eta-Mu Model.