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Ophthalmologists from Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA:

Connell, N., Lotfi B. Merabet. (2014) Uncovering the connectivity of the brain in relation to novel vision rehabilitation strategies. Neurology 83 August 5, 2014

Ophthalmologists from National Center of Services and Research for Prevention of Blindness and Rehabilitation of Visually Impairs, Rome, Italy:  

Turco, S., et al (2015)  Bernhard Sabel and ´Residual Vision Activation Theory´: a History Spanning Three Decades.  Multisensory Research 28, 309-330

Ausgewählte Publikationen von Prof. Sabel und seinem Team (von insgesamt 200 Publikationen):

Sabel, B.A. (2015) Sind Gesichtsfeld-Defekte doch reversibel? – Wechselstrom zur Re-Synchronisation von Hirnnetzwerken verbessert Gesichtsfeld-Defekte: update nach 110 Jahren. Ophthalmologische Nachrichten 7, 14-15

Carolin Gall, Sein Schmidt, Michael P. Schittkowski, Andrea Antal, Géza, Gergely Ambrus, Walter Paulus, Moritz Dannhauer, Romualda Michalik, Alf Mante, Michal Bola, Anke Lux, Siegfried Kropf, Stephan A. Brandt, Bernhard A. Sabel(2016). Alternating Current Stimulation for Vision Restoration after Optic Nerve Damage: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Plos One, June 29,2016.

Michał Bola, Carolin Gall, Christian Moewes, Anton Fedorov, Hermann Hinrichs, Bernhard A. Sabel (2014) Brain functional connectivity network breakdown and restoration in blindness. Neurology 83 August 5, 2014

Gall, C., Sabel, B.A. (2011) The quest to restore vision long after brain damage in adulthood. Ophthalmology Times Europe, March 2011

Gall, C., Fedorov, A., Ernst, L., Borrmann, A., Sabel, B.A. (2010) Repetitive transorbital alternating current stimulation in optic neuropathy. NeuroRehabilitation, 27, 335-341.

Gall et al. (2011) Noninvasive transorbital alternating current stimulation improves subjective visual functioning and vision-related quality of life in optic neuropathy. Brain Stimulation 4, 175–88

Sabel, B.A., Kasten, E. (2000) Restoration of vision by training of residual functions. Neuro-ophthalmology, 11.

Kasten et al. (1998) Computer-based training for the treatment of partial blindness. Nature med. 4, 1083-87.

Poggel et al. (2004). Attentional cueing improves vision restoration therapy in patients with visual field defects. Neurology, 63, 2069-2076

Fedorov, A., Jobke, S., Bersnev, V., Chibisova, A., Chibisova, Y., Gall, C. and Sabel, B.A. (2011). Restoration of vision after optic nerve lesions with noninvasive transorbital alternating current stimulation: a clinical observation study. Brain Stimulation 4, 189-201.

Sabel, B.A., et al. (2011) Non-invasive alternating current stimulation improves vision in optic neuropathy. Restor Neurol Neurosci, 29, 1–14

Sabel et al. (2011) Vision restoration after brain damage: The “Residual Vision Activation Theory”. Progress Brain Research, 192, 199-262.

Andere Publikationen:

Hou R, Zhang Z, Yang D, Wang H, Chen W, Li Z, Sang J, Liu S, Cao Y, Xie X, Ren R, Zhang Y, Sabel BA, Wang N (2016) Intracranial pressure (ICP) and optic nerve subarachnoid space pressure (ONSP) correlation in the optic nerve chamber: the Beijing Intracranial and Intraocular Pressure (iCOP) study. Brain Research 1635: 201-208

Hou R, Zhang Z, Yang D, Wang H, Chen W, Li Z, Sang J, Liu S, Cao Y, Xie X, Ren R, Zhang Y, Sabel BA, Wang N (2016) Pressure balance and imbalance in the optic nerve chamber: The Beijing Intracranial and Intraocular Pressure (iCOP) study. Science China Life Science 59: 495-503

Wang J, Li T, Sabel BA, Chen Z, Wen H, Li J, Xie X, Yang D, Chen W, Wang N, Xian J, He H (2016) Structural brain alterations in primary open angle glaucoma: a 3T MRI study. Scientific reports 6: 18969

Bola, M., Sabel, B.A. (2015) Dynamic reorganization of brain functional networks during cognition. Neuroimage 114, 398-413

Sergeeva, E.G., Bola, M., Wagner, S., Lazik, S., Voigt, N., Mawrin, C., Gorkin, A.G., Waleszczyk, W.J., Sabel, B.A., Henrich-Noack, P. (2015) Repetitive transcorneal alternating current stimulation reduces brain idling state after long-term vision loss. Brain Stimulation, 8(6), 1065-73

Bola, M., Gall, C., Sabel, B.A. (2015) Disturbed temporal dynamics of brain synchronization in vision loss. Cortex 67, 134-146

Foik, A.T., Kublik, E., Sergeeva, E.G., Tatlisumak, T., Rossini, P.M., Sabel, B.A., Waleszczyk, W.J. (2015) Retinal origin of electrically evoked potentials in response to transcorneal alternating current stimulation in the rat. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences 56, 1711-1718

Sergeeva, E.G., Henrich-Noack, P., Bola, M., Sabel, B.A. (2014). Brain-state-dependent non-invasive brain stimulation and functional priming: a hypothesis. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 899

Poggel, D.A., Treutwein, B., Sabel, B.A., Strasburger, H. (2015) A matter of time: Improvement of visual temporal processing during training-induced restoration of light detection performance. Frontiers in Psychology 6, 22

Gall, C., Steger, B., Koehler, J., and Sabel, B.A. (2013) Evaluation of two treatment outcome prediction models for restoration of visual fields in patients with postchiasmatic visual pathway lesions. Neuropsychologia 51(11), 2271-80

Mueller, I., Mast, H., Sabel, B.A. (2007) Recovery of visual field defects: A large clinical observational study using vision restoration therapy. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 25, 563–572.

Gudlin et al. (2008) Computer based vision restoration therapy in glaucoma patients: A small open pilot study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 26, 403–412.

Jobke, S., Kasten, E., Sabel, B.A. (2009) Vision Restoration Through Extrastriate Stimulation in Patients With Visual Field Defects: A Double-Blindand Randomized Experimental Study. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 23, 246-255.

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