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Histopathological Changes of Inner Retina, Optic Disc, and Optic Nerve in Rabbit with Advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa
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It is clarified that not only the outer retina but also the inner retina, the optic disc, and the optic nerve were also affected in the late stages of RP rabbit. Expand
Evaluation of Optic Nerve Head Using a Newly Developed Stereo Retinal Imaging Technique by Glaucoma Specialist and Non–Expert-Certified Orthoptist
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Most of the parameters were highly reproducible and consistent, and less difference was found between the results obtained by an experienced glaucoma specialist and a non–expert CO in patients with deep cupping and severe eye, but the examiner needs a clear understanding of the criteria for the rim and the cup. Expand
Enhanced Depth Imaging of Central Laminar Thickness in Optic Neuropathy: Comparison with Normal Eyes
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Compared central laminar thickness among patients with glaucomatous optic neuropathy, patients with non-GON, and normal subjects using enhanced-depth imaging optical coherence tomography (EDI-OCT) shows that EDI- OCT is valuable for documenting structural abnormalities in optic Neuropathy. Expand
Effects of Ocular Dominance and Visual Input on Body Sway
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Binocular vision with the field restricted to 10° offered the greatest contribution to postural stability, but the nondominant eye was more concerned with postural control than the dominant eye. Expand
Effects of selective-wavelength block filters on pupillary light reflex under red and blue light stimuli
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The results suggest that the mRGC in humans may respond to 470-nm-wavelength light at 100 cd/m2, and there is a possibility of affecting the sustained phase of the light reflex without changing visual performance. Expand
Effects of Age and Sex on Values Obtained by RAPDx® Pupillometer, and Determined the Standard Values for Detecting Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect
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Results of this study can be used for detection of RAPD in the clinic and it will be the basic data of the RAPDx® pupillometer for future research. Expand
New approach for the glaucoma detection with pupil perimetry
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It is demonstrated that, when a deviation of > −4 was regarded as an abnormal value, the detection of pupil perimetry exhibited improvement in glaucoma patients. Expand
Abnormal pupillary light reflex with chromatic pupillometry in Gaucher disease
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Novel findings show that chromatic pupillometry is a convenient method to detect neurological signs and monitor the course of disease in neuronopathic GD. Expand
Functional and morphological study of retinal photoreceptor cell degeneration in transgenic rabbits with a Pro347Leu rhodopsin mutation
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The changes in the pupil light response and amplitude of the ERG could be used to predict the state of retinal degeneration in the Tg rabbit. Expand
Electroretinography and Pupillography in Unilateral Foveal Hypoplasia.
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A 3-year-old boy with unilateral foveal hypoplasia and an absence of other ocular or systemic findings is described and the colored-light pupil response can be used to predict the retinal state. Expand
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