Employing following eye movements to discriminate normal from glaucoma subjects.
We recorded optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) to see if slow phase velocity, duration or other measures were affected by glaucoma. Drifting grating patterns that either weakly or strongly evoked the spatial frequency doubling illusion were employed. Analysis of 68 variables characterizing the OKN revealed that small subsets of these variables were good at discriminating normal from primary open angle glaucoma subjects. The variables were related to the regularity of following eye movements. Models...[Show more]
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