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A case in point extendedGOODLAW, E.Journal of the American Optometric Association. 1985, Vol 56, Num 7, pp 564-565, issn 0003-0244Article

Early foveal involvement and generalized depression of the visual field in glaucomaANCTIL, J.-L; ANDERSON, D. R.Archives of ophthalmology (1960). 1984, Vol 102, Num 3, pp 363-370, issn 0003-9950Article

The eccentricity effect of inhibition of return is resistant to practiceYAN BAO; SANDER, Tilmann; TRAHMS, Lutz et al.Neuroscience letters. 2011, Vol 500, Num 1, pp 47-51, issn 0304-3940, 5 p.Article

Assessment of an Effective Visual Field Testing Strategy for a Normal Pediatric PopulationAKAR, Yusuf; YILMAZ, Aygen; YUCEL, Iclal et al.Ophthalmologica (Basel). 2008, Vol 222, Num 5, pp 329-333, issn 0030-3755, 5 p.Article

The contribution of different parts of the visual field to the perception of uprightDEARING, Ryan R; HARRIS, Laurence R.Vision research (Oxford). 2011, Vol 51, Num 20, pp 2207-2215, issn 0042-6989, 9 p.Article

Medical mystery - : Visual-field defectMATHURA, Jeevan R; JAMPOL, Lee M.The New England journal of medicine. 2006, Vol 355, Num 15, pp 1592-1592, issn 0028-4793, 1 p.Article

A lower visual field advantage for endpoint stability but no advantage for online movement precisionKRIGOLSON, Olav; HEATH, Matthew.Experimental brain research. 2006, Vol 170, Num 1, pp 127-135, issn 0014-4819, 9 p.Article

The impact of visual field loss on driving performance : Evidence from on-road driving assessmentsRACETTE, Lyne; CASSON, Evanne J.Optometry and vision science. 2005, Vol 82, Num 8, pp 668-674, issn 1040-5488, 7 p.Article

Assess and interpret the visual fields at the bedsideCOOPER, S. A; METCALFE, R. A.Practical neurology (Print). 2009, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 324-334, issn 1474-7758, 11 p.Article


Losing sight of the bigger picture : Peripheral field loss compresses representations of spaceFORTENBAUGH, Francesca C; HICKS, John C; LEI HAO et al.Vision research (Oxford). 2007, Vol 47, Num 19, pp 2506-2520, issn 0042-6989, 15 p.Article

Central and paracentral visual field defects and driving abilitiesPETZOLD, A; PLANT, G. T.Ophthalmologica (Basel). 2005, Vol 219, Num 4, pp 191-201, issn 0030-3755, 11 p.Article

Visual field defects in pediatric patients on vigabatrin monotherapyASCASO, Francisco J; LOPEZ, Maria J; MAURI, José A et al.Documenta ophthalmologica. 2003, Vol 107, Num 2, pp 127-130, issn 0012-4486, 4 p.Article

Saccade testing to distinguish between non-organic and organic visual-field restrictionZINKERNAGEL, M. S; PELLANDA, N; KUNZ, A et al.British journal of ophthalmology. 2009, Vol 93, Num 9, pp 1247-1250, issn 0007-1161, 4 p.Article

A method for detecting progression in glaucoma patients with deep, localized perimetric defectsCORALLO, G; GANDOLFO, E.European journal of ophtalmology. 2003, Vol 13, Num 1, pp 49-56, issn 1120-6721, 8 p.Article

Readaptationszeit nach Photostress bei Normalpersonen und Glaukompatienten = Readaptation time after photostress in normal controls and glaucoma patientsKAMPPETER, B; DEGENRING, R. F; JONAS, J. B et al.Der Ophthalmologe (Berlin. Print). 2003, Vol 100, Num 12, pp 1085-1090, issn 0941-293X, 6 p.Article

An inexpensive projectorlite for visual fieldsMITCHELL, J. M.Journal of clinical neuro-ophthalmology. 1984, Vol 4, Num 1, pp 57-58, issn 0272-846XArticle

How effective is perimetry in current practice?TROBE, J. D.Ophthalmology (Rochester, MN). 1983, Vol 90, Num 11, pp 1380-1383, issn 0161-6420Article

A functional interpretation of the visuel fields of low vision patientsJOSE, R; FERRARO, J.Journal of the American Optometric Association. 1983, Vol 54, Num 10, pp 885-893, issn 0003-0244Article

Cortical magnification factor and contrast sensitivity to luminance modulated chromatic gratingsROVAMO, J.Acta physiologica scandinavica. 1983, Vol 119, Num 4, pp 365-371, issn 0001-6772Article

Is the origin of the hemianopic line bisection error purely visual? Evidence from eye movements in simulated hemianopiaSCHUETT, Susanne; KENTRIDGE, Robert W; ZIHL, Josef et al.Vision research (Oxford). 2009, Vol 49, Num 13, pp 1668-1680, issn 0042-6989, 13 p.Article

Balance between pattern and flicker sensitivities in the visual fields of ophthalmological patientsREGAN, D; NEIMA, D.British journal of ophthalmology. 1984, Vol 68, Num 5, pp 310-315, issn 0007-1161Article

Relationship between Severity of Visual Field Loss at Presentation and Rate of Visual Field Progression in GlaucomaRAO, Harsha L; KUMAR, Addepalli U; BABU, Jonnadula G et al.Ophthalmology (Rochester, MN). 2011, Vol 118, Num 2, pp 249-253, issn 0161-6420, 5 p.Article

Neural correlates of hemianopic completion across the vertical meridianWEIL, R. S; PLANT, G. T; JAMES-GALTON, M et al.Neuropsychologia. 2009, Vol 47, Num 2, pp 457-464, issn 0028-3932, 8 p.Article

The effect of auditory and visual distracters on the useful field of view : Implications for the driving taskWOOD, Joanne; CHAPARRO, Alex; HICKSON, Louise et al.Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 2006, Vol 47, Num 10, pp 4646-4650, issn 0146-0404, 5 p.Article

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