1Vision Rehabilitation Service, SUNY/College of Optometry, New York, New York
Supplemental Digital Content: Appendix 1, available at https://links.lww.com/OPX/A594: Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS) Symptom Survey.
Appendix Table A1, available at https://links.lww.com/OPX/A596: Density for BPI Specialty Tints (available at: https://www.callbpi.com/Therapeutic_Tints.html).
Appendix Figure A1, available at https://links.lww.com/OPX/A595: Chadwick Optical Spectrophotometry of Common Tints Used in the Vision Rehabilitation Service. Percentages reflect lens chromatic filters transmission. Top (left to right): BPI FL-41 (25%), BPI FL-41 (50%), and BPI FL-41 (75%). Bottom (left to right): BPI R/S Rose (75%), BPI Omega (50%), and BPI Mu (70%)
Submitted: August 11, 2022
Accepted: March 14, 2023
Funding/Support: None of the authors have reported funding/support.
Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None of the authors have reported a financial conflict of interest.
Author Contributions and Acknowledgments: Conceptualization: MHEH, KJC; Data Curation: MHEH, KJC; Formal Analysis: MHEH, KJC; Investigation: KJC; Methodology: MHEH, KJC, DR; Project Administration: DR; Resources: KJC, DR; Supervision: KJC, DR; Validation: MHEH, KJC; Visualization: MHEH, KJC; Writing – Original Draft: MHEH, KJC; Writing – Review & Editing: MHEH, KJC, DR.
We thank Professor Jose-Manuel Alonso for his insightful discussion regarding the possible neural aspects of visual snow.