Ocular trauma

Ocular trauma is one of the most under-recognized causes of vision loss in the developed world.  Blunt or penetrating ocular trauma can lead to vision loss through cataract or glaucoma.Common causes of eye injury include domestic accidents (eg, during hammering or exposure to household chemicals or cleaners), assault, sporting injuries (including air- or paint pellet-gun injuries), and motor vehicle crashes (including airbag injuries). Injury may be to the eyeball (globe), surrounding soft tissues (including muscles, nerves, and tendons), and/or bones of the orbit. Strategies for prevention of ocular trauma require knowledge of the cause or mechanism of injury.


  • Globe rupture
  • Retinal detachment
  • Relative afferent pupillary defect
  • Monocular visual loss
  • Surgery for Ocular Trauma
  • Visual field test
  • Electrodiagnostic tests
  • Ectropion
  • Entropion
  • Scleritis
  • Color vision
  • 3D Perception
  • Spatial Vision
  • Visual attentional & cognitive changes with age
  • Transient Vision Loss
  • Central visual processing
  • Avian Visual Cognition
  • Visual coding
  • Visual psychophysics
  • Vision in migraine
  • Face Perception
  • Eye movements

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