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Characterizing the Visual Pathway in Epilepsy

This research is being done to determine whether the way your brain processes vision is involved in the epilepsy disease process. There has been recent evidence suggesting that epilepsy patients, compared to healthy controls, have thinner retinas, specifically a layer called the retinal nerve fiber layer, the inner most layer of the retina. This study will expand on that finding by investigating any differences in all of the retinal layers, as well as visual function, between epilepsy patients and healthy controls.
18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
All: 18-65 years of age
Patients only: Clinical diagnosis of epilepsy
Exclusion Criteria:
All: Those who cannot complete the eye scan or visual tests
All: Those who have diabetes
All: Those who have glaucoma
Vision & Eyes, Neurology
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Hershey, PA