Visual Field Digest Teaching Kit Chapter 3 HAAGSTREIT

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Visual Field Digest Teaching Kit Chapter 3 HAAG-STREIT AG

Visual Field Digest Teaching Kit Chapter 3 HAAG-STREIT AG

Teaching Kit Copyright § The Visual Field Digest Teaching Kit includes all figures and

Teaching Kit Copyright § The Visual Field Digest Teaching Kit includes all figures and illustrations from the Visual Field Digest. They can be used for non-commercial presentations free of charge. § Haag-Streit AG allows the use of this figures for personal or academic use under the conditions that § (i) it is used without commercial purpose and § (ii) the content is reproduced exactly as the original by mentioning Haag-Streit AG, Switzerland as the owner of the copyright. § Non-academic, non-personal or commercial users might only use this figures in whole or in part after a written authorization by the copyright holder. § “Haag-Streit”, “ 900” and “Octopus” are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Haag-Streit Holding AG. § The following are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Carl Zeiss Meditec: “Guided Progression Analysis”, “GPA”, “Humphrey”, “HFA”, “SITA Fast”, “SITA Standard”, “Visual Field Index”, and “VFI”. § Copyright © 2018 HAAG-STREIT AG

Fig. 3 -1: Perimetry requires a team approach

Fig. 3 -1: Perimetry requires a team approach

Fig. 3 -2: Perimeter set up

Fig. 3 -2: Perimeter set up

Fig. 3 -3: Placement of cylindrical trial lenses

Fig. 3 -3: Placement of cylindrical trial lenses

Fig. 3 -4: Step-by-step patient instructions

Fig. 3 -4: Step-by-step patient instructions

Fig. 3 -5: Eye-patch position

Fig. 3 -5: Eye-patch position

Fig. 3 -6: Straight upright position

Fig. 3 -6: Straight upright position

Fig. 3 -7: Forward-leaning position

Fig. 3 -7: Forward-leaning position

Fig. 3 -8: Correct pupil position

Fig. 3 -8: Correct pupil position

Fig. 3 -9: Correct trial lens position

Fig. 3 -9: Correct trial lens position

Fig. 3 -10: Fixation targets

Fig. 3 -10: Fixation targets

Fig. 3 -11: Fixation Control prevents fixation losses

Fig. 3 -11: Fixation Control prevents fixation losses

Fig. 3 -12: Example of a learning effect

Fig. 3 -12: Example of a learning effect

Fig. 3 -13: Influence of fatigue effect on visual field

Fig. 3 -13: Influence of fatigue effect on visual field

Fig. 3 -14: Influence of loss of fixation on visual field

Fig. 3 -14: Influence of loss of fixation on visual field

Fig. 3 -15: Influence of incorrect patient age on visual field results

Fig. 3 -15: Influence of incorrect patient age on visual field results

Fig. 3 -16: Influence of lens rim artifacts on visual field results

Fig. 3 -16: Influence of lens rim artifacts on visual field results

Fig. 3 -17: Influence of facial structure on visual field

Fig. 3 -17: Influence of facial structure on visual field

Fig. 3 -18: Influence of small pupil size on visual field

Fig. 3 -18: Influence of small pupil size on visual field