Colour and luminance vision in human optic neuritis.

  title={Colour and luminance vision in human optic neuritis.},
  author={Kathy T. Mullen and Gordon T. Plant},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  volume={109 ( Pt 1)},
A comparison of sensitivities to chromatic and luminance stimuli has been carried out in patients with a past history of optic neuritis. Patients were selected with differing degrees of stable residual visual deficits, and with marked interocular differences in sensitivity. Threshold contrast sensitivity was measured to sinusoidal luminance gratings and to chromatic red/green and blue/yellow gratings, all with the same spatial frequency of 1 cycle per degree. A psychophysical criterion was used… CONTINUE READING

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