Data obtained with an open-source static automated perimetry test of the full visual field in healthy adults
Ivan Marin-Franch, Paul H Artes, Luke X Chong, Andrew Turpin, Michael Wall
DATA IN BRIEF | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2018
The data were gathered from 98 eyes of 98 ocular healthy subjects. The subject ages ranged from 18 to 79 years with a mean (and standard deviation) of 47 (17) years. Each subject underwent two visual field tests, one of the central visual field (64 locations within 26° of fixation) and one of the peripheral visual field (64 locations with eccentricity from 26° to up to 81°). Luminance thresholds for the Goldmann size V stimulus (with a diameter of 1.72° of visual angle) were obtained with the ZEST Bayesian test procedure. Each test was conducted twice within 90 days.
Awarded by Veterans Administration Merit Review
Awarded by Veterans Affairs
Veterans Administration Merit Review (I01 RX-001821-01A1).