When someone has a vein occlusion of the vein leading to the eye this is generally a poor visual prognosis. Seeing as how it is 8 months after the incident, I would expect that whatever vision has returned is likely going to be the most vision that you should expect to have return. Unfortunately, these are just devastating diagnoses that cause mostly permanent vision loss.
If she has recovered any useful vision after this event then I think she is doing very well, but I wouldn't expect her to regain her prior vision again.
I wish I could give you a better prognosis, but in this case, I think she is doing pretty good to get some vision back.
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