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"Central field screener". A new tool for screening and routine quantitative campimetry Toshifumi Otori 1 , Takashi Hohki 1 , Yo Hamada 1 , Yoshikazu Hatsukawa 1 , Koju Akena 1 , Kazuyuki Emi 1 , Masaharu Ikeda 1 1Department of Ophthalmology, Kinki University Medical School pp.475-484
Published Date 1980/4/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410208077
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A light weight portable "Central Field Screener" was designed for screening and routine quantitative campimetry. The new campimeter is the modifica-tion of Park Central Field Tangent Screen (Sola) and uses 46 static red diode targets and one target for fixation. These targets have the diameter of 3.0 mm and light up for 0.1-2.5 seconds and flicker at the frequency of 5, 10, 15, 25, 30 and 35 Hz. Four targets are exposed simultaneously at the dis-tance of 50 cm and any one of these four targets can be extinguished at the examiner's will.


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