• Published 2005

The Vertical Field Border in Hemianopia and Its Significance for Fixation and Reading

@inproceedings{Joe2005TheVF,
  title={The Vertical Field Border in Hemianopia and Its Significance for Fixation and Reading},
  author={Joe and Ccc-A and Christian and Robert D. Yee},
  year={2005}
}
PURPOSE. The existence of macular sparing, a central seeing area of several degrees within the hemianopic field defect, has been controversial for a long time, because inaccurate fixation during perimetry can produce ambiguous results. The visual field border in hemianopia was studied to examine whether a vertical strip of hemifield overlap described in monkeys exists in humans and whether additional macular sparing could be found. 

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