Assessment of objective and subjective eccentric refraction.

@article{Lundstrm2005AssessmentOO,
  title={Assessment of objective and subjective eccentric refraction.},
  author={Linda Lundstr{\"o}m and J{\"o}rgen Gustafsson and Ingrid Svensson and Peter Unsbo},
  journal={Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry},
  year={2005},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={298-306}
}
PURPOSE When performing perimetry, refracting subjects with central visual field loss, and in emmetropization studies, it is important to accurately measure peripheral refractive errors. Traditional methods for foveal refraction often give uncertain results in eccentric angles as a result of the large aberrations and the reduced retinal function. The aim of this study is therefore to compare and evaluate four methods for eccentric refraction. METHODS Four eccentric methods were tested on 50… CONTINUE READING

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