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Introduction

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Section IV addresses issues that do not fit easily into the categories defined by Sections I to III. Although pain syndromes and the trigeminal nerve (Chapter 13) are sensory (afferent) concerns, these topics deserve a forum separate from discussions of the optic nerve and sensory visual system. Neurovascular and neurocutaneous diseases (Chapter 14) affect both the afferent and efferent visual systems.

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