Sixty Marines with ongoing symptoms and abnormal
eye movements after a combat-related concussion
were treated for 2 mo with either one of two
doses of hyperbaric oxygen or a sham treatment. The
Marines’ eye movements were tested before and after
the treatments. There were no improvements in the
Marines’ eye movements in any of the three groups.
Hyperbaric oxygen has no effect on abnormal eye
movements after concussion.
Volume 51 Number 7, 2014
Pages 1047 — 1056
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