'Visual Snow' is a newly recognized disorder that may be triggered by migraine, concussion, infection, more
Last updated 6/8/2022 at 4:36pm
Special to the Village News
We all know what "snow" is on a television screen when a satellite or cable connection is lost, right? Imagine that happening to your vision.
Visual Snow and Visual Snow Syndrome, conditions that are under-represented and under-diagnosed, are still being heavily researched, but have been connected to migraine, concussions, infections, and serious brain and eye disorders.
Dr. Francesca Puledda, a neurologist and post-doctoral researcher at King's College in London, is very passionate about her work with Visual Snow Syndrome patients.