Rarebit perimetry in normal subjects: test-retest variability, learning effect, normative range, influence of optical defocus, and cataract extraction.

@article{Salvetat2007RarebitPI,
  title={Rarebit perimetry in normal subjects: test-retest variability, learning effect, normative range, influence of optical defocus, and cataract extraction.},
  author={Maria Letizia Salvetat and Marco Zeppieri and Lucia Parisi and Paolo Brusini},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={5320-31}
}
PURPOSE To study normative ranges, learning effect (LE), test-retest variability (TRV), and influence of blur and cataract in normal subjects by using rarebit perimetry (RBP). METHODS Seventy-five normal subjects underwent visual field (VF) testing with standard automated perimetry (SAP) and RBP. LE and TRV for RBP were assessed in repeated examinations conducted on four different days. LE was evaluated by comparing results from the first with those of the other three sessions. TRV was… CONTINUE READING

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