New, sensitive window on abnormal spatial vision: rarebit probing

@article{Frisn2002NewSW,
  title={New, sensitive window on abnormal spatial vision: rarebit probing},
  author={Lars Fris{\'e}n},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={42},
  pages={1931-1939}
}
Clinical tests have a poor sensitivity to low to moderate degrees of neuro-visual damage, possibly because their test targets involve numerous receptive fields. A new test used briefly exposed microdots of high contrast. Multiple visual field areas were probed repeatedly, with ever-new microdot positions. Normal subjects responded to a median 96.0% of probes. Patients with different visual field defects missed larger numbers of probes within defects and the deeper the defects, the larger the… CONTINUE READING
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