References E. Tarttelin, C. Gregory-Evans, A. Bird, R. Weleber, M. Klein, J. Blackburn, K. Gregory-Evans. 2001. Molecular genetic heterogeneity in autosomal dominant drusen. J Med Genet 38:381-384 Suggested Readings Midena, Edoardo. 2007. Perimetry and the Fundus: An Introduction to Microperimetry. SLACK Incorporated.
Special Acknowledgments Jeremy Whitney Acknowledgments Sanjeev Nath Dan Epshtein
Jerome Sherman, OD, FAAO Jerome Sherman, O.D., is perhaps optometry's most prolific writer, publishing over 650 clinical articles, research manuscripts, book chapters and two CDs. He is senior author of three books that were published in 2007, and has delivered over three thousand lectures both nationally and internationally. He has served as a
The following is a list of links to the companies and contributors of:
Comments and Conclusions The maia™ goes beyond traditional visual field testing by also obtaining an SLO image of the fundus and monitoring eye position 25 times per second. Any visual field (within the central 20 degrees at present) can be created by clicking the desired locations to be tested on the SLO frozen image.
The same 10-2 program but obtained with the maia™. If one mentally flips one of the visual fields, the results are grossly similar. However, with the Humphrey Zeiss, only 5 points have a 0 sensitivity but with the maia™ .16 points have a 0 (or below) sensitivity. It is unclear at this time
Case 6: Zeiss 10-2 Visual Field OS This field is somewhat worse than the righteye in that the mean deviation here is -15.30db but -12.14 db in the right eye
The same 10-2 program but obtained with the maia™. It is important to recognize that the visual field is "flipped" along the horizontal axis on the maia™ image so that a superior field loss is depicted in the inferior retina. This flip on the maia™ allows for easy comparison of the retinal/nerve fiber
Case 6: Zeiss 10-2 Visual Field OD This central field is worst in the superior nasal quadrant and corresponds to the RNFL defect most evident at about 7 o'clock.
Case 6: Cirrus™ RNFL Analysis OU Cirrus™ retinal nerve fiber layer analysis reveals inferior temporal reduction in the RNFL OU