Visual field defects and neural losses from experimental glaucoma

@article{Harwerth2002VisualFD,
  title={Visual field defects and neural losses from experimental glaucoma},
  author={Ronald S. Harwerth and Morris L J Crawford and Laura Frishman and Suresh Viswanathan and Earl L Smith and Louvenia Carter-Dawson},
  journal={Progress in Retinal and Eye Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={21},
  pages={91-125}
}
Glaucoma is a relatively common disease in which the death of retinal ganglion cells causes a progressive loss of sight, often leading to blindness. Typically, the degree of a patient's visual dysfunction is assessed by clinical perimetry, involving subjective measurements of light-sense thresholds across the visual field, but the relationship between visual and neural losses is inexact. Therefore, to better understand of the effects of glaucoma on the visual system, a series of investigations… CONTINUE READING
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