Primary Care Optometry News, October 2017
Kasey Zann, OD, FAAO
Patients with light perception or no light perception due to retinitis pigmentosa may experience improved mobility with the implantation of a retinal prosthesis, but targeted postoperative training by a low vision specialist is crucial to patient outcomes, according to one surgeon.
“My hope is that soon there will be a segment of optometrists who would dedicate themselves to training with this device on orientation and mobility,” Mark S. Humayun, MD, PhD, told Primary Care Optometry News.
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