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Grayling Syndrome: an acute form of social blindness

Grayling Syndrome: an acute form of social blindness

Originally posted at the Justice Gap. From as early as the 1880s doctors began to report a truly puzzling medical condition. Eventually named ‘Anton’s Syndrome’, medics noticed that some patients who had suffered a sudden loss of sight continued to ...

Dexter Dias QC

Dexter Dias QC is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers, a Researcher at Harvard University and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge.

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