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Apical Scotomata, Confusion, and Diplopia

Apical Scotomata, Confusion, and Diplopia VIEWPOINT TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE WITH CLINICAL PROMISE OR MANY OF US, IT IS ages, diplopia, visual confusion, and, they avoid problematic pericentral easy to imagine the with many designs, optically in- effects. Peripheral prisms have been phrase “translational duced scotomas at the apex of the useful in single and multicenter 2,3 research” referring to prisms. clinical trials. The peripheral F a clinician-scientist In a recent issue of Translational prisms provide true field expan- performing experimental surgery in Vision Science and Technology, Apfel- sion at most horizontal gaze direc- the laboratory to test a new drug de- baum et al analyze various configu- tions, including primary. livery device or a biomaterial for cell- rations of sector and peripheral Clinicians will find these novel based therapy. Perhaps we are less prisms, in various directions of gaze, diagrams, diagramming tech- likely to think of ray tracings, nodal and their visual effects are illus- niques, and analyses valuable when points, and Goldmann visual field trated using simulated perimetry. The prescribing prismatic aids for pa- diagrams as the basis of transla- investigators introduce a novel dia- tients with homonymous hemiano- tional research. Of course, this bias gram, the percept diagram, that yields pia and when http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Ophthalmology American Medical Association

Apical Scotomata, Confusion, and Diplopia

JAMA Ophthalmology , Volume 131 (6) – Jun 1, 2013

Apical Scotomata, Confusion, and Diplopia

Abstract

VIEWPOINT TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE WITH CLINICAL PROMISE OR MANY OF US, IT IS ages, diplopia, visual confusion, and, they avoid problematic pericentral easy to imagine the with many designs, optically in- effects. Peripheral prisms have been phrase “translational duced scotomas at the apex of the useful in single and multicenter 2,3 research” referring to prisms. clinical trials. The peripheral F a clinician-scientist In a recent issue of Translational prisms provide true field...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6165
eISSN
2168-6173
DOI
10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2013.4640
pmid
23764706
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Abstract

VIEWPOINT TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE WITH CLINICAL PROMISE OR MANY OF US, IT IS ages, diplopia, visual confusion, and, they avoid problematic pericentral easy to imagine the with many designs, optically in- effects. Peripheral prisms have been phrase “translational duced scotomas at the apex of the useful in single and multicenter 2,3 research” referring to prisms. clinical trials. The peripheral F a clinician-scientist In a recent issue of Translational prisms provide true field expan- performing experimental surgery in Vision Science and Technology, Apfel- sion at most horizontal gaze direc- the laboratory to test a new drug de- baum et al analyze various configu- tions, including primary. livery device or a biomaterial for cell- rations of sector and peripheral Clinicians will find these novel based therapy. Perhaps we are less prisms, in various directions of gaze, diagrams, diagramming tech- likely to think of ray tracings, nodal and their visual effects are illus- niques, and analyses valuable when points, and Goldmann visual field trated using simulated perimetry. The prescribing prismatic aids for pa- diagrams as the basis of transla- investigators introduce a novel dia- tients with homonymous hemiano- tional research. Of course, this bias gram, the percept diagram, that yields pia and when

Journal

JAMA OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 2013

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