How COMPUTERS are helping people with stroke-induced blindness to see: Treatment improves movement and 'strengthens eyes within weeks'

A new treatment is helping people with stroke-induced blindness achieve major improvements in their vision.
Loss of sight due to a brain injury, usually from stroke, affects around a third of stroke survivors.
The damage caused by a stroke impacts on the visual pathways of the eye which can result in blurry vision, double vision and difficulties processing visual information. 
Now researchers have developed a new computer-based treatment designed to improve speed and effectiveness of eye movements to help compensate for this vision loss.
Scientists behind the treatment said it gets results... read more

28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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