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Headset perimetry

Visual field analysers are traditionally large table mounted devices, designed specifically for field capture and analysis. Over the last year or so a number of companies have started to disrupt this space with the introduction of headset-based field analysers, mostly...

Reliability of kinetic perimetry in children and young adults

This study reports on normative visual field area, feasibility and repeatability of testing for a large sample size of healthy children and young adults, using Octopus semi-automated kinetic perimetry. Sample included 221 healthy volunteers aged 5-22 years. The study was...

Predicting ischemic lesion location using perimetry

The authors present a retrospective records review, using the search terms homonymous hemianopia, visual field loss and MRI. Only posterior circulation artery territory ischemic strokes were included. Demographics, stroke details and initial and follow-up with 24-2 SITA Standard perimetry results...

Functional visual field loss using automated static perimetry

Functional visual field loss is traditionally assessed by kinetic perimetry, typically producing spiralling isopters. This study looked at the spatial distributions of functional field deficits using automated static perimetry. A retrospective review of automated perimetry records was conducted using a...

Using perimetry to support lesion location in the retrochiasmal visual pathway

The authors present a retrospective case review of patients with homonymous hemianopia from a 30-year period. Inclusion criteria included completion of perimetry within two years of diagnosis and a MRI brain. Data extracted from the records included demographics, diagnosis details...

Harry Moss Traquair: Edinburgh Ophthalmologist and Father Figure of Perimetry

It is a unique honour bestowed upon only a few clinicians, that their name becomes for evermore associated with the subject of their particular expertise and knowledge. Such an individual is undoubtedly Harry Moss Traquair, an Edinburgh-based ophthalmologist, who in...

Haag-Streit Academy launch FREE Octopus Perimetry E-learning Course

The Haag-Streit Academy is delighted to launch the ‘Octopus Perimetry E-learning Course’.

Using frequency doubling technology perimetry to identify Alzheimer’s disease early

Alzheimer’s disease is widely reported to be associated with deficits in visual function. Visual disturbances include impaired stereopsis, contrast sensitivity and motion detection. Deficits specific to the magnocellular pathway (MGC) have been identified in Alzheimer’s disease. This article compares the...

iCare COMPASS Automated Fundus Perimetry

COMPASS is the first Fundus Automated Perimeter capable of performing standard 24-2 visual field testing and delivering TrueColour confocal images at the same time. The device provides confocal images of the retina, as well as measurements of retinal threshold sensitivity,...

A novel test for unilateral functional visual loss

The authors report results of three cases of functional visual loss, where regular ophthalmic testing was not sufficient to confirm the diagnosis. In these cases, bilateral concurrent eye examination was performed using a head-mounted perimeter (imo), to facilitate the diagnosis....

Selection of visual field test for detection of pituitary disease

This prospective cross-sectional diagnostic accuracy study compared Octopus semi-automated kinetic perimetry (SKP) and Humphrey static automated central perimetry for detection of neurological visual field loss in patients with pituitary disease. Humphrey central 30-2 SITA threshold programme results were compared with...