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Is it common that someone who had neurological problems in past develops vision problems. My grandma had very mild stroke and first they thought there are no consequences but it seems that affected her vision. She doesn’t see very well on her right eye since then.

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Children and adults who have sustained injuries, strokes or other neurological impairments often find that their vision has been affected as a result. Insult or injury to cortex, produced by a traumatic brain injury, causes stress in the central and autonomic nervous systems and as a result, person may experience double vision, binocular dysfunction or concentration difficulties. Vision therapy can be a very practical and effective and an optometrist prescribes a treatment regimen incorporating lenses, prisms, low vision aides and specific activities designed to improve control of a person's visual system and increase vision efficiency.
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