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Evaluating Equiluminant Chromatic Stimuli as Stimuli for Assessing Glaucomatous Damage
Purpose: To examine the potential clinical utility of equiluminant chromatic stimuli for assessing glaucomatous damage. Pan et al. (2006) found that equiluminant red-green chromatic stimuli could have good ability to ...
Development & Evaluation of a Contrast Sensitivity Perimetry Test for Patients with Glaucoma
PURPOSE: To design a contrast sensitivity perimetry test with the potential to improve clinical management of glaucoma by decreasing test-retest variability in defective areas while maintaining good sensitivity to glaucomatous ...
Objective Assessment of Retinal Ganglion Cell Function in Glaucoma
Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases causing progressive degeneration of the retinal ganglion cells. It is a clinical diagnosis based on the evidence of structural damage of the optic nerve head with corresponding visual ...