Vision Related Literature on Acquired Brain Injury



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Vision Related Literature on Acquired Brain Injury

Updated 10/5/11



  • Aksionoff EB, Falk NS. The differential diagnosis of perceptual deficits in traumatic brain injury patients. J Am Optom Assoc 1992;63:554-8.

  • Aksionoff EB, Falk NS. Optometric therapy for the left brain injured patient. J Am Optom Assoc 1992;63:564-8.

  • Alesterlund L, Maino D. That the blind may see: A review: Blindsight and its implications for optometrists. J Optom Vis Dev 1999;30(2):86-93

  • Anderson DC et al. The dizzy patient: a review of etiology, differential diagnosis, and management. J Am Optom Assoc 1995;66:545-558.

  • Chokron, S., Perez, C., Obadia, M., Gaudry, I., Laloum, L., Gout, O., From blindsight to sight: cognitive rehabilitation of visual field defects, Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 2008;26, 305.

  • Ciuffreda KJ. The efficacy of and scientific basis for vision therapy in non-strabismic accommodative and convergence disorders. Optometry 2002;73:735-762.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Han Y, Kapoor, Ficarra AP. Oculomotor rehabilitation for reading in acquired brain injury. NeuroRehabil 2006;21(1):9-21.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Kapoor N, Han Y. Reading-related ocular motor deficits in traumatic brain injury. Brain Inj/Professional 2005;2:16-20.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Kapoor N, Rutner D, Suchoff IB, et al. Occurrence of oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury: A retrospective analysis. J Am Optom Assn 2007;78:155-161.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Ludlam, Kapoor N. Conceptual Model of Optometric Vision Care in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. J Behav Optom 22;10-12.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Ludlam, Kapoor N. Clinical oculomotor training in traumatic brain injury. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(1):16-23.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Rutner R, Kapoor N, Suchoff IB. Vision therapy for oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury. Optometry-J Am Optom Assn 2008;79:18-22.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Suchoff IB, Marrone MA, et al. Oculomotor rehabilitation in traumatic brain-injured patients. J Behav Optom 1996;7:31-8.

  • Ciuffreda KJ, Suchoff IB, Kapoor N, et al. Normal vision function. In: Downey & Darling’s Physiological Basis of Rehabilitation Medicine, 3rd ed. Gonzalez EG, Myers SJ, Edelstein JE, et al., eds. Boston: Butterworth–Heinemann, 2001;241-61.

  • Ciuffreda, K. J., and Tannen, B., Eye Movement Basics for the Clinician, Mosby, St. Louis, MO, 1995.

  • Cohen AH. Optometric management of binocular dysfunctions secondary to head trauma: case reports. J Am Optom Assoc 1992;63:569-75.

  • Cohen AH, Rein LD. The effect of head trauma on the visual system: the doctor of optometry as a member of the rehabilitation team. J Am Optom Assoc 1992:63;530-6.

  • Cohen AH. Acquired visual information-processing disorders: Closed head trauma. In: Press LJ, ed. Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy. St. Louis: Mosby, 1997:154-67.

  • Cohen AH. Optometric rehabilitative therapy. In: Press LJ, ed. Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy. St. Louis: Mosby. 1997:278-86.

  • Cohen AH. The role of optometry in the management of vestibular disorders. Brain Injury/Professional 2005;2:8-10.

  • Cohen AH. Management of patients with hemianopic visual field loss. J College of Optom in Vision Dev 2003;34: 111-18.

  • Cooper J. Deflating the rubber duck. J Behav Opt 1998;9(5):115-119.

  • Craig S, Kapoor N, et al. Profile of Selected Aspects of Visually Symptomatic Individuals With Acquired Brain Injury: A Retrospective Study. J Behav Optom 2008;19:1-10.

  • Du T, Ciuffreda KJ, Kapoor N. Elevated dark adaptation in traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury 2005 ;19(13):1125-38.

  • Falk, Naomi S. and Aksionoff, Elizabeth B. , The Primary Care Optometric Evaluation of theTraumatic Brain injury Patient J Am Optom Assoc 8/92;63(8),

  • Fox RS. The rehabilitation of vergence and accommodative dysfunctions in traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury/Professional 2005;2:12-15.

  • Gianutsos R, Ramsey G. Enabling rehabilitation optometrists to help survivors of acquired brain injury. J Vis Rehabil 1988;2(1):37-58.

  • Gianutsos R, Suchoff IB. Neuropsychological consequences of mild brain injury and optometric implications. J Behav Optom 1998;9(1):3-6.

  • Gianutsos R, Suchoff IB. Visual fields after brain injury: management issues for the occupational therapist. In: Scheiman M, ed. Understanding and Managing Vision Defects-A Guide for Occupation Therapists,2nd edition. Thorofare, N.J.: Slack, 2002:248-62.

  • Goodrich L, Kirby J, et al. Visual Function in Patients of a Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center: A descriptive Study. J of Rehabilitation Research and Development November 2007: 44: 929-936.

  • Gottlieb DD, Freeman P, Williams M. Clinical research and statistical analysis of a visual field awareness system. J Am Optom Assoc 1992;63:581-8.

  • Gottleib DD, Fuhr A, Hatch WV, et al. Neuro-optometric facilitation of vision recovery after acquired brain injury. Neuro-rehab 1998;11:175-99.

  • Han Y, Ciuffreda KJ, Kapoor N. Reading-related oculo-motor testing and training protocols for acquired brain injury in humans. Brain Res Protoc 2004;14(1):1-12.

  • Han, M. H., Craig, S. B., Rutner, D., Kapoor, N., Ciuffreda, K. J., Suchoff, I. B., Medications prescribed to brain injury patients: a retrospective analysis, Optom 2008; 79, 252.

  • Harrison RJ. Loss of fusional vergence with partial loss of accommodative convergence and accommodation following head injury. Binoc Vis 1987;2(2):93-100.

  • Hellerstein LF, Scheiman M. Visual problems associated with brain injury. In: Scheiman M, ed. Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits-A Guide for Occupational Therapists 3rd ed. Thorofare:Slack, 2011:189-200.




  • Hellerstein LF, Scheiman M, Fishman BI, Whitaker SG. Visual rehabilitation for patients with brain injury. In: Scheiman M, ed. Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits-A Guide for Occupational Therapists 3rd ed. Thorofare:Slack, 2011:201-232.

  • Hellerstein LF, Fishman BI. Vision therapy and occupational therapy: An integrated approach. J Behav Optom 1990;1(5):122-126.

  • Hellerstein LF, Fishman BI. Collaboration between occupational therapists and optometrists. OT Pract 6/99;22-30.

  • Hellerstein LF, Freed S. Rehabilitative optometric management of a traumatic brain injury patient. J Behav Optom 1994;5(6):143-8.

  • Hellerstein LF, Freed S, Maples WC. Vision profile of patients with mild brain injury. J Am Optom Assoc 1995;66:634-9.

  • Heitger MH et al. Eye movement and visuomotor arm movement deficits following mild closed head injury. Brain 2004;127(3):575-590.

  • Helvie RE. Ch. 8-Disruptions in Physical Substrates of Vision Following Traumatic Brain Injury. In: Ashley MJ, ed. Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation 3rd Ed., New York: CRC Press, 2010:281-306.

  • Herdman SJ. Patients with vestibular disorders, part II. Postgraduate advances in Physical Therapy, APTA 1987:1-16.

  • Hillier CG. Vision rehabilitation following acquired brain injury: a case series. Brain Injury/Professional 2005; 2:30-32.

  • Hinrichs CA. Vision rehabilitation for the multiply challenged child. J Optom Vis Devel 6/92;23(2): 9-13.

  • Jackowski MM, Sturr JF, Taub HA, Turk MA. Photophobia in patients with traumatic brain injury: uses of light-filtering lenses to enhance contrast sensitivity and reading rate. Neuro-rehab 1996;6:193-202.

  • Jackowski MM, Sturr JF, Turk MA, Friedman DI. Clinical indications of altered peripheral field function in patients with traumatic brain injury. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1999;40 (4):32 (supplement).

  • Kapoor N, Ciuffreda KJ. Vision disturbances following traumatic brain injury. Current Treatm Options in Neurol 2002;4:271-280

  • Kapoor N, Ciuffreda KJ, Suchoff IB. Egocentric localization in patients with visual neglect. In: Suchoff IB, Ciuffreda KJ, Kapoor N, eds. Visual and Vestibular Consequences of Acquired Brain Injury. Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program, 2001:131-144.

  • Kapoor N, Ciuffreda KJ, Han,Y. Oculomotor rehabilitation in acquired brain injury: A case series. Arch Phys Med Rehab 2005;1667-78.

  • Kapoor N, Ciuffreda KJ. Vision problems. In: Silver JM, McAllister TW, Yudofsky SC, eds. Textbook of traumatic brain injury. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing,Inc,2005:405-15.

  • Katz RT, Golden RS, Butter J, Tepper, Rothke S, Holmes J. Driving safety after brain damage: follow-up of twenty-two patients with matched controls. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2/90;71:133-137.

  • Lachapelle, J., Bolduc-Teasdale, J., Ptito, A., McKerral, M., Deficits in complex visual information processing after mild TBI: electrophysiological markers and vocational outcome prognosis, Brain Inj, 2008;22, 265.

  • Leslie S. Myopia and accommodative insufficiency associated with moderate head trauma. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(1):25-31.

  • Ludlam WM. Rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury with associated visual dysfunction—a case report. Neuro-rehabilitation 1996;6:183-92.

  • Maino DM. Diagnosis and management of special populations. Mosby, St. Louis 1995.

  • Maino D. Neuroplasticity: Teaching an old brain new tricks. Rev Optom, 2009; 46(1):62-64,66-70.

  • Mandese M. Oculo-visual evaluation of the patient with traumatic brain injury. Optom Vis Dev. 2009;40(1)L37-44.

  • Margolis, N. W., and Suter, P. S., Visual field defects and unilateral spatial inattention: diagnosis and treatment, J Behav Optom 2006;(17) 31.

  • McCabe, Patricia, M.P.N., P.T., and Bergman, Susan Biener, M. D., Vision Rehabilitation for Physiatry Residents: A Model Curriculum. Am J of Phys Med and Rehab, Vol. 78, No. 4, 389-391, July/August 1999.

  • McKenna, K., Cooke, D.M., Fleming, J., Jefferson, A., and Ogden, S., The incidence of visual perceptual impairment in patients with severe traumatic brain injury, Brain In 2006;(20) 507.

  • Morton RL. Ch. 7-Visual Dysfunction Following Traumatic Brain Injury. In: Ashley MJ, ed. Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation 3rd Ed., New York: CRC Press, 2010 p.255-80.

  • Mosimann UP, Muri RM, Felblinger J, Radanov BP. Saccadic eye movement disturbances in whiplash patients with persistent complaints. Brain 2000; 123(4):828-835.

  • Nelms AC. New visions—collaboration between OTs and optometrists can make a difference in treating brain injury. OT Practice 7/17 & 31/2000;31:15-8.

  • Padula WV. Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. In: Zolman F, ed. Manual of Traumatic Brain Injury Management. New York: Demos Medical, 2011:237-41.

  • Padula WV, Wui L, Vicci V, Thomas J, et al. Ch. 29-Evaluating and Treating Visual Dysfunction. In Zasler ND, Katz DI, Zafonte RD, eds. Brain Injury Medicine: Principles and Practice. New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2007:511-28.

  • Padula W. Visual evoked potentials (VEP) evaluating treatment for post-trauma vision syndrome (PTVS) in patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Brain Inj 1994;8:125-33.

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  • Padula WV, Susan G. Post Trauma Vision Syndrome: Part II. Inside View Newsletter, The Centre for Neuro Skills, Issue 8.4, ISSN# 1065-7320, Fall 1999. 1-3.

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  • Peli, E., Vision multiplexing: An engineering approach to vision rehabilitation device development, Optom Vision Sci 2001;(78) 304.

  • Politzer TA. Case studies of a new approach using partial and selective occlusion for the clinical treatment of diplopia. NeuroRehab 1996;6:213-217.

  • Raymond MJ, Bennett TL, Malia KB, Bewick KC. Rehabilitation of visual processing deficits following brain injury. NeuroRehab 1996;6:229-240.

  • Proctor A. Traumatic brain injury and binasal occlusion. OptVis Dev 2009;40(1):45-50.

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Special Interest Journals on NOR-(articles included below)

Brain Injury Professional Fall 2005 2(3) p.4-32.

Journal of the American Optometric Association 1992 63(8) p. 530-46.

Journal of Behavioral Optometry 2007 18(3) p. 60-83.

NeuroRehabilitation June 1996 6(3) p.163-239.

Optometric Vision Development 2009 40(1) p.16-50





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