Concussion and vision

A violent blow to your head, neck or upper body can result in a whiplash-type injury that causes your brain to slide back and forth forcefully against the inner walls of your skull. This sometimes causes you to lose consciousness. It's also possible to...

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Snow Blindness…. “Sun burned cornea”

Snow blindness is a painful, temporary loss of vision due to overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays. The condition typically occurs at high altitudes on highly reflective snow fields while snowboarding in the winter, as well as in the absence of snow....

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Low vision…. not the end!

What is low vision? This is a condition that cannot be fully corrected with medical treatment, surgery or conventional glasses. Unlike total blindness, most individuals with low vision have some useful sight. But as vision deteriorates, those affected often find it...

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