Diabetes not only increases your risk of kidney and heart disease but can also affect your vision. Diabetic retinopathy, one of the most common eye conditions experienced by people who have diabet ...View Article
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The Post-Trauma Vision Syndrome is a disruption of the visual process, causing eye problems like difficulty with accommodative function, binocular fusion, and fixation ability. MRI findings are usually negative in post-trauma vision syndrome. The injuries suffered are most often diffuse and are caused by shearing and stretching of the brain fibers, as well as the neurotoxic cascade induced by the injury.
Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation may include the design and prescription of therapeutic and/or compensative lenses or prisms, selective occlusion, neuro-optometric rehabilitative vision therapy, and other medically necessary visual modalities and strategies to enhance and/or rehabilitate disrupted visual function, and to re-establish a more normal ambient-focal vision relationship.