Recovery of visual field defects: a large clinical observational study using vision restoration therapy.

  title={Recovery of visual field defects: a large clinical observational study using vision restoration therapy.},
  author={Iris Mueller and Henning Mast and Bernhard A. Sabel},
  journal={Restorative neurology and neuroscience},
  volume={25 5-6},
PURPOSE In small experimental trials, vision restoration therapy (VRT), a home-based rehabilitation method, has shown to enlarge the visual field and improve reaction times in patients with lesion involving the CNS. We now evaluated the outcome of VRT in a large sample of clinical patients and studied factors contributing to subjective and objective measures of visual field alterations. METHODS Clinical observational analysis of visual fields of 302 patients before and after being treated… CONTINUE READING


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