Atlas of Computerized Perimetry

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Elsevier - Health Sciences Division, 2000 - Medical - 235 pages
This comprehensive text is designed to deliver a succinct and clinically applied look at the state-of-the-art in computerized perimetry including correlations of visual field printouts with clinical counterparts. Topics include: how to determine whether a visual field is normal; how to separate fluctuation from true progression; fundamentals and measurement techniques; systematics of perimetric findings and more! Over 325 clear illustrations support the text.

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Representation of the Visual Field
Perimetric Findings
Interpretation and Differential Diagnosis

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Joseph Caprioloi, M.D., is Frances and Ray Stark Professor of Opthalmology; and Cheif, Glaucoma Division, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California.

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