Interventions for eye movement disorders due to acquired brain injury

The primary objective is to assess the effects of any intervention and determine the effect of timing of any intervention in the treatment of strabismus, gaze deficits and nystagmus due to acquired brain injury in order to align visual axes in primary and/or secondary gaze positions.

The secondary objectives will be to determine whether in patients with eye movement disorders due to acquired brain injury, at what time point or period, using the following interventions and comparators.

  • Restitutive treatment is more effective than control, placebo, alternative treatment or no treatment in improving ocular alignment and/or motility.
  • Substitutive treatment is more effective than control, placebo, alternative treatment or no treatment in improving ocular alignment and/or motility.
  • Compensatory treatment is more effective than control, placebo, alternative treatment or no treatment in improving ocular alignment and/or motility.
  • Pharmacological treatment is more effective than control, placebo, alternative treatment or no treatment in improving ocular alignment and/or motility.

This is a protocol.

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