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PURPOSE To determine the effects of stimulus eccentricity and luminance level on the reaction time (RT) of young normal volunteers during automated kinetic campimetry. METHODS We used a specially designed video-campimetric device equipped with a continuous infrared (IR) pupillographic fixation control (Tübingen Computer Campimeter) and recorded reaction(More)
Fundus-oriented perimetry (FOP) was used to evaluate the effectiveness of different-sized bright and dark stimuli in detecting and quantitatively measuring angioscotoma. The foveolas and optic disks of digitized fundus images were aligned with their psychophysical counterparts to construct individual grids of perimetric stimuli. Each grid included a linear(More)
The difference in threshold sensitivities that are found when examining the visual field (VF) with static versus kinetic perimetric methods is called stato-kinetic dissociation (SKD). In this pilot study, we describe a semi-automated procedure for quantifying SKD. Fifteen patients with VF defects were examined with kinetic and static perimetry. SKD values(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate pathogenetic mechanisms and frequency distribution of visual field defects (VFDs) in patients with chiasmal lesions. Secondly, to reconsider the existence of "Wilbrand's knee" as far as referable to the anterior junction syndrome. METHODS Consecutive visual field records related to chiasmal lesions were retrieved from the Tuebingen(More)
BACKGROUND Conventional kinetic perimetry is of especial use in case of advanced scotoma. However, examiner dependency is a major drawback. Purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical feasibility and intraindividual scatter of computer-assisted kinetic perimetry in monitoring advanced visual field defects of various origins. METHODS Examinations(More)
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