Visual Field Restoration in Patients With Post-stroke Homonymous Hemianopsia (REVOIR)
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This study will assess the effectiveness of a stimulus, in the blind field of hemianopsic patients, to restore the vision of patients with homonymous hemianopsia consecutive to stroke (unilateral occipital lesion). Hemianopsia occurs in 30% of strokes regardless of the cerebral localization and in 60% of stroke interesting the territory of the posterior cerebral artery.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Presence of an homonymous visual field amputation after vascular retrochiasmatic lesion of the occipital region (visual cortex alone or with optical radiations or with other associated occipital areas)
inclusion 3 months to 36 months after stroke
Patients aged 18 years and older
Brain injury history
Severe neuropsychological, psychiatric or behavioral disorder
Severe eye disorder or visual impairment (visual acuity less than 3/10)
Progressive eye disorder (cataracts or glaucoma)
insufficient French language proficiency to understand the questionnaires and rehabilitation tasks