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The basal ganglia have been considered to primarily play a role in motor processing. A growing body of theoretical and clinical evidence shows that in addition to the motor functions the basal ganglia play a key role in perceptual and visual disturbances. This role may be evident in patients with basal ganglia pathology and subsequent manifestation of symptoms that include cognitive, perceptual, and affective disturbances. We present three cases with basal ganglia pathology that demonstratedoi:10.1155/2019/3298791 pmid:31080680 pmcid:PMC6475530 fatcat:v3mhrsrwardpfo6xgycowntqmu