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Category Archives: stroke
Double Vision after Neurological Event Many patients will complain of double vision following a stroke, brain injury or concussion. Over 50% of acquired brain injury patients will have eye movement problems. These problems can slow down the rehab process but doing … Continue reading
Field cut vs. Neglect following Stroke Patients frequently present with a reduced awareness of their affected side following a stroke or brain injury. This decreased awareness can be a visual field cut or a hemi-spatial neglect or both. Here are … Continue reading