A woman with a rare disorder sees everything upside down
The young woman in Serbia suffers from a strange disorder that has puzzled scientists and physicians.
The fact that the 28-year-old Bojan Danilovich (Bojana Danilovic) sees everything upside down. She is forced to read, watch TV and browse Internet pages with inverted screen.
Experts from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who examined the woman claimed that she was suffering from a rare brain disorder called "the phenomenon of spatial orientation." This means that her eyes are seeing all well but, for whatever reason, it alters the brain image.
Unusual brain disorder
In the life of Bojana everything was backwards, and she was even born feet first. Parents say that when she began to crawl and walk, she also moved back. Her mother had to quit her job to teach her to walk like other children. Although it took a lot of effort, she learned to walk forward.
When she began writing, she always turned the sheet and began to write at the lower right edge and ended up in the top left corner. Teachers and classmates have tried to correct her writing style, but all was in vain.
She later found work in the city administration in the hometown of Uzice. Her colleagues were quite surprised when they saw that she turned the monitor and the keyboard upside down to be able to work normally. At home, she watches television upside down, while the rest of the family enjoy the other features. Similarly, a girl holding a mobile phone and a newspaper. On the street it often approach passers pereminuv not notice that she misreads.
Unusual disorder Bojana attracted the attention of scientists. After a series of tests, they found that her brain is perfectly healthy, although his field of vision differs from that of other people. So far they have not found an explanation for this, but it offered a special application, which will save it from having to turn the monitor upside down.
The woman from Serbia had grown accustomed to his condition, and the only thing she regretted about is the inability to obtain a driver's license.