Glaucoma and field of vision


Study of the optic nerve in the eyes without visual field’s impairment in patients with glaucoma and perimetric deficit in the controlateral eye.

The glaucoma is a pathology that usually affects both eyes, one eye first and the other later.

The visual field is essential for glaucoma’s diagnosis but is possible to make a diagnosis before that a deficit in the visual field shows up. This study describe the role of different technics use in glaucoma’s praecox diagnosis: OCT, GdX, HRT and optic nerve’s photos.


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