Carle, Corinne; James, Andrew; Kolic, Maria; Loh, Yik-Wen; Maddess, Ted
PURPOSE. The recent development of an objective and noninvasive perimetric technique using pupillary responses to sparse multifocal visual stimuli shows promise for the assessment of visual function in glaucoma. This study assesses the sensitivity and specificity of four variants of dichoptic multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry (mfPOP) with a highresolution, 40-region/field stimulus. METHODS. Nineteen normal subjects and 17 with open-angle glaucoma were tested with four 4-minute...[Show more]
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