Effect of fundus tracking on structure-function relationship in glaucoma
Giovanni Montesano, Luca M Rossetti, Allison M McKendrick, Andrew Turpin, Paolo Fogagnolo, Francesco Oddone, Paolo Lanzetta, Andrea Perdicchi, Chris A Johnson, Paolo Brusini, David F Garway-Heath, David P Crabb
British Journal of Ophthalmology | BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2020
AIMS: To investigate the effect of fundus tracking perimetry on structure-function relationship in glaucoma. METHODS: Perimetric data were acquired with the Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA) and the Compass fundus perimeter (CMP, equipped with fundus tracking). We included data from 696 eyes from 360 healthy people and 711 eyes from 434 patients with glaucoma from the original study, for which the circumpapillary retinal nerve fibre layer optical coherence tomography scan (Cp-RNFL) was available. We explored the structure-function relationship using both global indices (mean deviation and average Cp-RNFL thickness loss) and anatomically defined visual field clusters comparing the R2 values from ..View full abstract
The contribution of IRCCS Fondazione Bietti to this work was supported by the Italian Ministry of Health and by Fondazione Roma. CenterVue funded the original data collection but did not support nor requested this additional analysis of the data.