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Patient Spotlight- Anette

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Every thirty seconds someone has a stroke in the EU, where there are approximately 7.5 million stroke survivors, and 1 million people each year are hospitalised with a brain injury. Up to 30% of these experience a resultant vision disorder, up to 20% permanently. Many have received little hope from their doctors that anything can…

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What is Quadrantanopia?

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In the context of neurological visual field loss we very often hear about hemianopia, the loss of the right or left half of the visual field in both eyes. However, some patients with neurological visual field loss find the term “quadrantanopia” in their medical records. If “hemianopia” means that you cannot see in half of…

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The Role of Technology in Stroke Rehabilitation

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Rehabilitation is an essential part of the recovery process after a stroke so it’s important to investigate the options to help you to choose what’s right for you. Technology can play a major role in the recovery of stroke patients, including those with vision loss. Indeed, NovaVision’s computer based therapies can help patients regain some…

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What Is A Visual Field Test?

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When you have problems with your vision and go to an ophthalmology practice, often not only your eyes and their visual acuity are measured, but also your visual field is examined with a perimeter. First of all: What is the visual field? The visual field is the area of your vision that you can perceive…

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Patient Spotlight – Anita K.

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Recently we posted about our recent NeuroEyeCoach study and what the press had to say about it. Today we would like to share our patient Anita’s experience with NeuroEyeCoach therapy. We hope that Anita’s story will encourage you to evaluate NeuroEyeCoach more closely as many patients have benefited from it and should be considered as the next step towards…

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