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Rehabilitation journals devoted to Optometry and visual rehabilitation
Brain Injury Professional Fall 2005 2(3) p.4-32.
The role of optometry in the management of vestibular disorders-Cohen
The rehabilitation of vergence and accommodative dysfunctions in traumatic brain injury-Fox
Reading-related ocular motor deficits in traumatic brain injury-Ciuffreda, et.al.
The diagnosis of visual unilateral spatial inattention-Suchoff
Managing visual field defects following acquired brain injury-Suter and Margolis
Vision rehabilitation following acquired brain injury-a case series-Hillier
NeuroRehabilitation June 1996 6(3) p.163-239.
Post trauma vision syndrome and visual midline shift syndrome-Padula
Visual rehabilitation of hemianopic head trauma patients emphasizing ambient pathways-Streff
Rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury with associated visual dysfunction-a case report-Ludlam
Photophobia in patients with traumatic brain injury-Jackowski,et.al.
Enhancing decreased sight of patients with traumatic brain injury-Freeman and Jose
Case studies of a new approach using parital and selective occlusion for treating diplopia-Politzer
National prevalence rtes of traumatic brain injury among adults: the Canadian household-Willer
Rehabilitation of visual processing deficits following brain injury-Raymond, et.al.
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