Discrimination between normal and early glaucomatous eyes with scanning laser polarimeter with fixed and variable corneal compensator settings.

@article{Brusini2005DiscriminationBN,
  title={Discrimination between normal and early glaucomatous eyes with scanning laser polarimeter with fixed and variable corneal compensator settings.},
  author={Paolo Brusini and Maria Letizia Salvetat and Lucia Parisi and Marco Zeppieri and Claudia Tosoni},
  journal={European journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2005},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={468-76}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate the ability of scanning laser polarimetry (SLP) with a fixed corneal polarization compensator (GDx-FCC Nerve Fiber Analyzer) compared to one with a variable one (GDx-VCC) in the discrimination between healthy and early glaucomatous eyes. METHODS Forty patients with early glaucomatous visual field defects, having a mean deviation of 3.1-/+1.6 dB and a pattern standard deviation of 3.1-/+0.9 dB, and 40 controls underwent both GDx-FCC and GDx-VCC. One eye per patient was… CONTINUE READING

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