Myopic workers with a history of long-term computer using might have an increased risk of visual field abnormalities, possibly related to glaucoma," Dr Masayuki Tatemichi, of the Toho University School of Medicine in Tokyo, said in a report in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
What does VF stand for?
VF stands for Visual Field
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Having a clearly defined visual acuity and visual field standard will assist healthcare practitioners when advising their patients on fitness to drive, which is a step in the right direction.
It found that, on July 19, 2008, she had a consultation with Patient A in which she conducted visual field tests that showed "superior temporal visual field loss" in both the right and left eye.
After the analysis, team found that the scalloped hammerheads had the largest monocular visual field, at an amazing 182 deg.
Weve known for a century or so that the pupil reacts more to a stimulus on one side of the visual field than the other, though we did not know how or why until recently, he said.
Macroadenomas that are left untreated during pregnancy will enlarge in about 23% of cases and cause headache and visual field defects.
Much, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Virginia in Charlottesville, is said to have broken new ground in an under-researched area and will help ophthalmologists evaluate, counsel, and care for patients with visual field loss due to end-stage glaucoma.
Symptoms that can interfere with an individual's ability to operate a wheelchair include visual field neglect, visual field loss, spasticity, and hemiplegia [23-27].