Sophia Reyes

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Microperimeters embody technological abilities required to assess components of residual visual functions and functional vision. Residual visual functions and functional vision after macular vision loss are mostly defined by 3 major components: scotoma characteristics, preferred retinal loci (PRLs) and oculomotor control. Microperimetry may be proven(More)
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PURPOSE Preferred retinal loci used for eccentric fixation in patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) may be different from the eccentric neighbouring loci of highest retinal sensitivity. This study was designed to highlight the conceptual difference between the 2 and the concept of a functional retinal locus encompassing both the preferred(More)
Preliminary results of an automatic system for single trial P300 visual evoked potential events detection are presented. For each single trial P300, several candidate events were generated, and then filtered, using 3 wave features. The surviving candidate events were fed into a SOM-based classifier. A context filter was applied before the final output. No(More)
Several research groups have developed automated sleep-wakefulness classifiers for night wrist actigraphic (ACT) data. These classifiers tend to be unbalanced, with a tendency to overestimate the detection of sleep, at the expense of poorer detection of wakefulness. The reason for this is that the measure of success in previous works was the maximization of(More)
OBJECTIVE To quantify residual abilities to identify a target's colour in cases with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). METHODS Subjects with AMD with best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) of 20/50 to 20/400 in the better eye (test eye) and age older than 55 years were recruited. A separate matching control group was recruited with subjects with BCVA(More)
OBJECTIVE To clarify the efficacy of the macular mapping test (MMT) to identify eccentric fixation with preferred retinal loci (PRL). DESIGN Retrospective observational case series from archived data. PARTICIPANTS Cases with age-related macular degeneration with low vision in both eyes and best corrected visual activity (BCVA) of 20/50 to 20/400 in the(More)
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