Magnocellular visual system refers to one of the two (2) visual systems that extends from the eyes to the visual cortex. Magnocellular visual system is consisting of large cells that are inferiorly located in the lateral geniculate bodies that are highly sensitive to movement, low contrast, and spatial location.

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