New approach for the glaucoma detection with pupil perimetry

  title={New approach for the glaucoma detection with pupil perimetry},
  author={K. Asakawa and N. Shoji and H. Ishikawa and K. Shimizu},
  journal={Clinical Ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.)},
  pages={617 - 623}
Objective: To calculate the pattern deviation for identifying abnormal points of pupil perimetry, and also to evaluate the grayscale display for distinguishing glaucomatous pupil field loss (abnormal test points) from normal pupil field (normal test points). Methods: Fourteen patients ranging in age from 51 to 80 years, who had normal-tension glaucoma (6 eyes) and primary open-angle glaucoma (8 eyes) were tested. Pupil perimetry (Kowa & Hamamatsu, Japan) was used to objectively measure the… Expand
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Ken Asakawa Nobuyuki Shoji 1Department of Orthoptics and Visual Science, School of Allied Health Sciences, Kitasato University, Kanagawa, Japan; 2Department of Ophthalmology, School of Medicine,Expand


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