Moshe Luski

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A prospective, randomized study was conducted to survey a large number of automated perimetry examinations in a central reading institute, obtaining practical information on unselected referred patients and their clinician "consumers". Visual field records of 1041 patients were obtained, each evaluated by one of three glaucoma specialists. Statistical(More)
UNLABELLED Automated perimetry, a psychophysical test, requires meticulous cooperation of the tested patient. Immigrant populations who do not speak the local language may have poorer performance. This study evaluates this effect. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was conducted in Israel where the dominant language is Hebrew. A total of 49 non-Hebrew(More)
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