Microperimetry

Microperimetry, sometimes called fundus-controlled perimetry, is a type of visual field test which uses one of several technologies to create a


Microperimetry, sometimes called fundus-controlled perimetry, is a type of visual field test which uses one of several technologies to create a "retinal sensitivity map" of the quantity of light perceived in specific parts of the retina in people who have lost the ability to fixate on an object or light source. The main difference with traditional perimetry instruments is that, microperimetry includes a system to image the retina and an eye tracker to compensate eye movements during visual field testing.
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