Fixation stability and reading speed in patients with newly developed macular disease.

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BACKGROUND Patients with macular disease and central scotomas must use a peripheral, preferred retinal locus (PRL) in place of their damaged fovea. This paper investigates the development of the PRL, with particular reference to the stability of fixation. METHODS Twenty-five patients with age-related and juvenile macular disease were recruited. All… (More)

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@article{Crossland2004FixationSA, title={Fixation stability and reading speed in patients with newly developed macular disease.}, author={Michael D. Crossland and Louise E Culham and G. Rubin}, journal={Ophthalmic & physiological optics : the journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians}, year={2004}, volume={24 4}, pages={327-33} }