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Humans (and many mammals, for that matter) are not born knowing how to use our eyes. During the first month we can only discern vague shapes and shadows beyond much more than a foot or so, though some color development takes place during that time. (References here and here.)I won't go into anymore detail; the point being that the brain of a person who is ...


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Three spots in the brain do not automatically mean three different symptoms. Even if those spots are abnormal, they do not necessary cause any damage. A doctor in the "2. MRI report" says there are: ...few bilateral parietal subcortical tiny white matter foci...warrant further evaluation to exclude possibility of early onset MS. So, there are 3 tiny ...


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The vision can be sharp when the light is focused exactly on the retina, not in front or behind it. This is enabled by the constant eye bulb length and the ability of the lens to accommodate to near or far objects. Three cranial nerves that innervate the extraocular muscles and thus the shape of the eye bulb include the oculomotor nerve (n. III), trochlear ...


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