Multifocal Pupillographic Perimetry With White and Colored Stimuli
Purpose: We investigated issues that could impair the capacity of multifocal pupilliographic perimetry to detect visual field damage. Differential blue light absorbance causes between-subject variance so we compared stimuli with differing blue content. We also quantified declining response gain at higher stimulus intensities (saturation), which can reduce sensitivity to changes in the visual field. Methods: Independent stimuli were delivered to 44 regions of both eyes whereas pupil responses...[Show more]
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