Cerebral polyopia, which is an extremely rare phenomenon, occurs even with monocular viewing of each eye, distinguishing it from strabismic diplopia, but disappears when the stimulus is removed.
Polyopia is the visual perception of multiple images even after removal of an object from the visual field. The appearance of many of the same images while watching a single object is called palinopsia, which is a phenomenon distinct from polyopia.
There is no clear cause of the disease is known, though ischemic attacks in the occipital lobe are thought of.
- Clinical eye examiniation
- Ct scan of brain
- MRI OF BRAIN
- NAT MUR