Reversible optic disk cupping and visual field improvement in adults with glaucoma.

@article{Katz1989ReversibleOD,
  title={Reversible optic disk cupping and visual field improvement in adults with glaucoma.},
  author={Leslie J Katz and GeorgeL. Spaeth and Louis B. Cantor and Effie Poryzees and William C. Steinmann},
  journal={American journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1989},
  volume={107 5},
  pages={
          485-92
        }
}
To assess change over time in the optic disk and the associated change in visual field, we retrospectively reviewed perimetry results and optic disk photographs of adult patients treated for glaucoma. Three glaucoma specialists masked to the clinical course independently reviewed optic disk stereophotographs and visual fields taken before and after treatment. Each member of each pair of stereophotographs or perimetry results, which were presented in a random sequence, were graded as better… CONTINUE READING
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