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The purpose of this single center, longitudinal, pilot study is to provide evidence for the use of an eye tracking system as an objective tool to identify mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) related oculomotor dysfunction (OMD) and predict the effectiveness of neurovision rehabilitation (NVR) of OMD. Eye tracking visual stimulus measurements will be compared to objective developmental optometrist (OD) diagnosis and assessments. It will be determined whether an eye tracking system can predict the presence or absence of mTBI related OMD and whether mTBI patients who have OMD based on the eye tracking system will respond positively to NVR.
This project will develop clinically useful, objective measurements of accommodative insufficiency and fatigue using continuous autorefraction recordings. The development of these procedures will help vision care professionals diagnose and treat accommodative anomalies.
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is considered to be one of the most prevalent chronic health conditions in children. It affects between 4% and 12% of young children. A relationship between convergence insufficiency (eye teaming) and ADHD has been shown. However, the effect of ADHD medications on focusing and eye teaming has not been previously investigated. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to determine the effect of ADHD medication on focusing and eye teaming skills.