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Subspecialties Pediatric, Neuro-ophthalmology, Health Economics and Policy, Comprehensive, Education and Training, Professional Development

Theater of the Mind

When my mother, Esme, finally confided in me about the faceless people sitting on her sofa, the gargoyle-like creature that jumped from table to chair, and the Edwardian tear-stained street child who seemed to follow her everywhere – not to mention the times the room or garden morphed into an alien place – I had absolutely no idea what could be wrong with her.

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Judith Potts

Health writer and founder of Esme’s Umbrella – Awareness Campaign for Charles Bonnet Syndrome.

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