New research helps identify a potential path to vision recovery post-stroke
Phoebe Harkin | | Quick Read
One in three patients will experience vision loss after a stroke. While some spontaneously recover their sight, the vast majority are left with some degree of permanent visual deficit. There are currently no tried-and-tested strategies to encourage functional recovery – but there is hope. A team at the University of Rochester has found a new way of identifying which areas of the visual field remain active following a stroke – paving the way for a potential recovery strategy.
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