Vision Research is seeking contributions for an upcoming special issue entitled ‘Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury on Vision’. Traumatic brain injury (TBI), defined as brain damage caused by an external physical force or a rapid movement, can cause significant visual disabilities. Even mild TBI (concussion), has been reported to disrupt vision. Loss of visual sensitivity, photophobia, accommodative dysfunction and convergence insufficiency are some of the reported signs and symptoms. This special issue seeks original research articles and critical reviews to provide a broad scope of current research from experimental models to clinical studies to understand the visual sequelae related to TBI diagnosis and management.
Manuscripts are submitted through the Special Issue portal of the submission system and go through peer review as usual.
Each article in the special issue is assigned a unique identifier and once the article is accepted will be published in a regular journal issue as soon as available. The unique identifier allows us to simultaneously add the article to the special issue on ScienceDirect which is gradually built up as individual articles are published online.
We do provide Shared Link of the final published version to the corresponding authors with 50 days free access so that they can share it.