Automatic computerized perimetry in the detection of neurological visual field defects. A pilot study
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Forty-seven eyes from 25 patients with neurological disease were examined with an automatic computerized perimeter primarily intended for glaucoma. Manual kinetic and static perimetry with Goldmann's instrument was used for comparison. In 32 fields, the automatic method disclosed all defects that had been found by manual perimetry. Furthermore, it detected three small defects that had been missed in the initial manual examination. The remaining 12 fields were normally using both methods. Consequently, in detecting field defects, the automatic perimeter was superior to the manual method.
|Tidskrift||Albrecht von Graefes Archiv für Klinische und Experimentelle Ophthalmologie|
|Status||Published - 1978 apr 7|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|