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The Correlation Among Central Retinal Thickness, Microperimetry and Contrast Sensitivity in DME

Poster Kuhl Huh Purpose: To investigate the influence of macular edema on visual function, central retinal thickness (CRT) was measured and microperimetry (MP) and contrast sensitivity (CS), which are functional tests of retina, were performed in diabetic macular edema (DME) patients. And the correlations among CRT, MP and CS were evaluated. Methods: Single center retrospective study was performed from May 2012 to August 2012. This study...

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Multiple Macular Retinal Detachments after Successful Buckle Surgery: Infrared, Autofluorescence, OCT and Microperimetric Features

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/congress/Multiple-Macular-Retinal-Detachments-after-Successful-Buckle-Surgery:-Infrared,-Autofluorescence,-OCT-and-Microperimetric-Features.swf Francesco Faraldi, MD (Torino, Italy), Chiara M. Eandi, MD (Torino, Italy), Maria Maddalena Rabbione, MD (Torino, Italy), Manuela Fornara, MD (Torino, Italy), Paola Vaona, (Torino, Italy) PURPOSE: Purpose:To investigate the infrared, autofluorescence, optical coherence...

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The Use of Microperimetry Analysis to Reduce the Risk of Laser-induced Damage to Visual Functioning in Patients with CSME and Extra-foveal Fixation

Fareed Ali, MD, FRCS(C) (Toronto, Canada), Narendra Armogan, MD, FRCS(C) (Mississauga, Canada), Vivian Yin, BA (Toronto, Canada), Tammy Hummel, CCRC (Mississauga, Canada) PURPOSE: To evaluate the efficacy of microperimetry analysis, which provides correlation of sensitivity data points with specific points on the retina, in detecting areas of the retina that may need to be avoided during laser treatment of diabetic clinically significant...

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