Differential eye movements in mild traumatic brain injury versus normal controls.

@article{Cifu2015DifferentialEM,
  title={Differential eye movements in mild traumatic brain injury versus normal controls.},
  author={David X. Cifu and Joanna R. Wares and Kathy W Hoke and Paul A. Wetzel and George T. Gitchel and William F Carne},
  journal={The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={
          21-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Objective measures to diagnose and to monitor improvement of symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are lacking. Computerized eye tracking has been advocated as a rapid, user friendly, and field-ready technique to meet this need. DESIGN Eye-tracking data collected via a head-mounted, video-based binocular eye tracker was used to examine saccades, fixations, and smooth pursuit movement in military Service Members with postconcussive syndrome (PCS) and asymptomatic… CONTINUE READING
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