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Unilateral exfoliative glaucoma: comparing functional tests using short-wavelength automated perimetry, frequency doubling technology perimetry and multifocal visual evoked potential

Principal Investigator

Robert Ritch, M.D.

Objective

To compare the results of functional tests between both eyes of patients with unilateral exfoliative glaucoma. The techniques used are SWAP, FDT and mfVEP.

Eligibility

Unilateral exfoliative glaucoma and normotensive fellow eyes with intraocular pressure (IOP) = 21 mmHg as well as normal visual field and age =18 years will be enrolled for this study.

Enrollment Goal

25 participants (OPEN)

Contact Information:

Carlos Gustavo Vasconcelos DeMoraes, MD 212-477-7540 Ext. 336

 

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