The visual system is the part of the central nervous system that is required for visual perception – receiving, processing and interpreting visual information to build a representation of the visual environment. It consists of the eye, retina, fibres that conduct visual information to the thalamus, the superior colliculus and parts of the cerebral cortex.
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