The functional consequences of glaucoma for eye-hand coordination.

  title={The functional consequences of glaucoma for eye-hand coordination.},
  author={Aachal Kotecha and Neil O'Leary and Dean R. Melmoth and Simon Grant and David P. Crabb},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  volume={50 1},
PURPOSE To examine whether patients with glaucoma exhibit differences in visually guided reaching-and-grasping (prehension) behavior compared with normally sighted control subjects. METHODS Sixteen patients with glaucoma and 16 control subjects with no ocular disease participated. Participants were required to reach out and precision grasp one of two cylindrical objects placed on a table top in front of them in laboratory conditions in three viewing conditions (binocular, right eye alone… CONTINUE READING
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