A new treatment is helping people who have suffered brain injuries regain their vision, Scotland's STV News reports.
Loss of sight is a common consequence of injuries to the brain and it affects around a third of stroke survivors.
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen designed the therapy to improve the speed of eye movements to compensate for loss of vision.
The system, called NeuroEyeCoach, gets patients to focus on a single point in the middle of a computer screen. They are then asked to respond whenever they see lights appear along the edges of the monitor. This helps them to gradually retrain their eyes.
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