Perimetry Update 1996/1997

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Michael Wall
Kugler Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Perimetry - 477 pages
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Contents

New methods of perimetry
xi
The role of spatial and temporal factors in frequencydoubling perimetry
13
Stimulus orientation can affect motion sensitivity in glaucoma
35
results of
49
Measurements for description of very early glaucomatous field defects
67
Two different techniques for obtaining answers in automated perimetry
97
a new concept for increasing the efficiency of visual
107
Clinical evaluation of HFA II model 750 in glaucoma patients
125
Applications of fractal analysis to differential lightsensitive perimetry
299
Spatial filtering of glaucomatous visual fields using PROGRESSOR for Windows
311
Calculation of a glaucoma progression risk index
321
A comparison of three methods for distinguishing between diffuse localized
329
Clinical validity of the Brusini Glaucoma Staging System
341
Perimetric damage in primary openangle glaucoma and in pseudoexfoliation
349
Comparison of disc size and disc diameter among healthy eyes and eyes with low
355
Reconsideration of visual field incongruence
365

Influences of cataracts on glaucomatous visual field changes
139
Reproducibility and the effect of operatordependent variables in imaging with
155
a new parameter in automated disc analysis
173
Necessity of supervision during Humphrey perimetry
183
Temporal summation in early glaucoma
223
The dissociation between actual and perceived defects in the visual field demon
241
The role of raised intraocular pressure in the development of glaucomatous optic
263
application to standard
275
Visual field damage in normaltension glaucoma associated with vasospasm
281
package for the spatial classification of glaucomatous visual field
289
reevaluated using static
377
correlation
387
Bitemporal intermittent hemianopia
395
Ocular functional loss due to internal hydrocephalus in a glaucoma patient
397
The significance of the central visual field for reading ability and the value
417
Highpass resolution perimetry in the early detection of macular alterations
435
Analysis of the relationship between retinal disease and the static visual field
449
Comparing Humphrey visual fields and contrast sensitivity changes during
467
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