The pupillary response to sparse multifocal stimuli : neural bases and applications in visual field assessment
Multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry (mfPOP) is a diagnostic technique currently under development, which shows promise in the diagnosis and monitoring of glaucoma and other disorders. Glaucoma is a degenerative optic neuropathy which is increasing in prevalence due to aging populations. Early diagnosis is instrumental in its treatment, yet this is somewhat problematic. The mfPOP method utilizes the pupillary contractions elicited by the dichoptic presentation of sparse multifocal...[Show more]
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