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Type Head Injury Causes Vision Eye
Optic nerve injury: If the vision in only one eye is affected this can be explained by anatomy. Usually it means damage to the optic nerve from the back of the eyeball to the place in the middle of the skull where the two nerves cross (chiasm). This can arise from injury such as an optic canal fracture causing traumatic optic neuropathy affecting only on eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a head injury over 2 years ago causing blurred vision in my left eye. My vsi is 20/200. Can this be corrected?
Possibly: If your decreased vision is due to refractive error or a cataract, it is very possible that your vision can be improved. However, if the visual part of your brain has been damaged, or your optic nerve, or retina, chance of visual recovery after 2 years is relatively low. A dilated eye exam with an ophthalmologist would give you the best answer for visual potential. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would an eye exam be normal if one had a head injury that damaged the vision area causing blurred vision or would there be abnormalities?
After getting a head injury stitched up, my face has swollen to the point where my eyes can't open. What could be causing this and what should I do?
Head injury with swelling around eyes and at point of lash and swelling spreading. Wat should I apply to the injury?
Ice: Have someone with you for awhile. Ice to reduce bleeding, rest sitting up, unless fuzzy. If unconscious at all go to er. What was cause? ...Read more
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