Re: Eye problem after a head injury
great advice up there. i just wanted to ask you if when you saw the "specialists", if one of them was at least what is called a neuro opthamologist? these types of neuro ops treat/manage people who have suffered either trauma to the head or spinal cord injuries that result in eye problems? that IS their specialty. if you have NOT yet seen one, it would be a very good type of specific specialist to actually see right now.
one other "possible' here could be some level of damage done to your cerebellum(this IS located at the more back/base of your brain)? that is an area that also DOES govern vision among other things. but i would really try and see that NO if i were you and you have not gone to one.
i also would have to agree about having that MRI, and with a contrasting agent as well(do you know if your CT was actually done WITH a contrasting agent?). the contrast simply allows better highlight of ALL of those even tiny critical arteries in the brain much more clearly too. when it comes to the arteries within the brain, a good head injury can weaken an area of vessel that over time CAN start to possibly bulge or weaken more and become much more vulnerable to rupture too. this would NOT have shown right away in most cases. i DO hope you can finally find some answers. please keep us posted. Marcia
11-20-01,placement of hardware for failed fusion
9-22-03,removal of cavernous hemangioma that was inside spinal cord. Neuro damage to L hand L leg and R leg.