Multifocal pupillographic visual field testing in glaucoma
Purpose: This preliminary study investigated a means of concurrently assessing the visual field defects of both eyes by recording pupillary responses to multifocal stimuli. Methods: Twenty normal subjects and 26 primary open angle glaucoma patients, age and sex matched, were examined by slit-lamp, Humphrey Field Analyser II achromatic 24-2 perimetry and fundus photography. The patients had moderate to severe fields in at least one eye. Two stereoscopically arranged displays presented an array...[Show more]
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