August 2015

Forbes: Eye tracking shows high sensitivity for concussion

Figuring out a way to rapidly diagnose a concussion has been a challenge that clinicians and researchers alike have been investigating for many decades. A multitude of definitions of concussion currently exist, but figuring out who truly has a concussion has been a vexing problem.

Star Tribune: Eye motion test for concussion detection

A precise way to diagnose concussions has been an elusive Holy Grail in medicine, despite a sharp increase in sports-related youth head injuries. But a Minneapolis neurosurgeon is reporting success with an experimental test that tracks eye movements of patients watching music videos.

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