Journal article

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

Abstract

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.

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Grants

Awarded by Veterans Administration Merit Review


Awarded by Veterans Affairs


Funding Acknowledgements

Veterans Administration Merit Review (I01 RX-001821-01A1).