Neuropsychologists and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

As I have discussed in previous blogs, there is often no definitive test to detect a traumatic brain injury (TBI). CT scans and MRI scans are extremely insensitive to detecting brain injuries unless those injuries are severe. Glasgow coma scales which are used to assess a patient’s awareness in the emergency room immediately after accident… Continue Reading


Neuroimaging and Traumatic Brain Injury

So why would an ophthalmologist be interested in neuroimaging– the results of a CT scan or MRI of the brain? First, the brain and eye work together closely and are actually attached. Secondly, to make the discussion straightforward, to take away the fog surrounding scans- after all, eye doctors are good at bringing things into… Continue Reading


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