BIAMI Lecture September 26, 2013

Lecture Presented to the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) 2013 Annual Conference:

An Unsuspected But Treatable Cause
Of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms:
Vertical Heterophoria

There are a series of 4 videos in the lecture

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Part 1: Introduction

Part 1 of the lecture given at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan Annual Conference, Lansing MI on September 26, 2013:

An Unsuspected But Treatable Cause Of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms: Vertical Heterophoria

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Part 2: Dr. Jennifer Doble

Part 2 of the lecture given at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan Annual Conference, Lansing MI on September 26, 2013:

An Unsuspected But Treatable Cause Of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms: Vertical Heterophoria

 
 

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Part 3: Dr. Debby Feinberg

Part 3 of the lecture given at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan Annual Conference, Lansing MI on September 26, 2013:

An Unsuspected But Treatable Cause Of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms: Vertical Heterophoria

 

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Part 4: Dr. Mark Rosner

Part 4 of the lecture given at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan Annual Conference, Lansing MI on September 26, 2013:

An Unsuspected But Treatable Cause Of Persistent Post-Concussive Symptoms: Vertical Heterophoria


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