The Diagnostic Dome
A new device could overcome the challenges of performing perimetry in infants
Mark Hillen |
Visual field assessment in infants is hard… and perimetry is incredibly difficult (1). But it’s important information to have when visual field disorders or strabismus is suspected, and it can help identify and exclude those cases where infants present with an “eye turn”, receive strabismus surgery, but actually have congenital hemianopia.
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