With dyslexic patients, the light receptor cells (rods and cones) were arranged in matching forms in the center of each eye. In non-dyslexic patients, the receptor cells do not match, leading to a single image. The matching cells confuse the brain, by forming a mirror image in the opposite hemisphere. A slight delay between the brain producing a primary image and the other hemisphere’s mirror image was noticed.
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