Medical Instrumentation

Medical Instrumentation

ISSN 2052-6962
Review

Automating the assessment of visual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury

Eric L. Singman

Correspondence: esingma1@jhmi.edu

Division Chief, General Eye Services, Wilmer Eye Institute, Wilmer B-29, Baltimore, USA.


Abstract

Visual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury is prevalent. The determination of the presence of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and the assessment of the degree of injury in the field can be difficult and time consuming, usually requiring specialized personnel and equipment for accuracy. A comprehensive review of visual system dysfunction following mTBI and the availability of automated assessment therein is included in this discussion.

Keywords: Automation, TBI, vision, assessment, concussion, telemedicine

ISSN 2052-6962
Volume 1
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