Visual Field Testing With The Humphrey Field Analyzer / Edition 1

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This book provides every eye care professional with the most up-to-date, fundamental information on performing automated perimetry with the Humphrey Field Analyzer. Drs. Choplin and Edwards clearly present the necessary material for an optimal diagnosis of each patient. This book serves as a step-by-step guide through important decisions regarding which type of visual field examination to choose and how to interpret the results. Theory is also included to permit a thorough understanding of the principles that underlie this machine. Invaluable information is provided for anyone operating the Humphrey Field Analyzer. A complete and comprehensive approach to performing automated perimetry with the Humphrey Field Analyzer is presented. Hardware and software options, setting up a perimetry system, and making efficient use of the system are all discussed. Tips and hints are provided to enable the user to minimize testing errors, maximize efficiency, avoid unnecessary inconvenience to the patient, and generate clinically useful visual field information that can help the clinician in the management of the patient.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Deepak P. Edward, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This monograph describes in detail the use of the Humphrey field analyzer in a variety of clinical settings. It combines theoretical facts with practical clinical pearls, providing the practicing ophthalmologist with an excellent resource of useful information.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide the reader with details on organizing the Humphrey perimetry system and guidance on interpreting the vast data that the instrument printouts provide.
Audience: It targets most ophthalmologists wanting to update their knowledge in the area of visual field testing, and also residents and fellows in ophthalmology.
Features: A wide spectrum of visual field printouts and their interpretation from many visual disorders are presented. The size of the illustrations could have been larger. The book contains a reasonable number of references. The concept of statistical analysis of visual fields is particularly well discussed. It includes the more recent developments in static perimetry and discusses the latest innovations that will be made available in the future. The appendixes of visual fields by findings and diagnosis are useful as quick reference guides.
Assessment: In general, this book is a useful step-by-step manual on the usage of the Humphrey field analyzer and the interpretation of the data obtained during visual field testing. It is easy to read and contains many practical tips that are hard to find in previously published manuals on this subject. It will be a valuable resource for the practicing ophthalmologist as well as for residents and fellows in ophthalmology.
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Reviewer: Deepak P. Edward, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This monograph describes in detail the use of the Humphrey field analyzer in a variety of clinical settings. It combines theoretical facts with practical clinical pearls, providing the practicing ophthalmologist with an excellent resource of useful information.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide the reader with details on organizing the Humphrey perimetry system and guidance on interpreting the vast data that the instrument printouts provide.
Audience: It targets most ophthalmologists wanting to update their knowledge in the area of visual field testing, and also residents and fellows in ophthalmology.
Features: A wide spectrum of visual field printouts and their interpretation from many visual disorders are presented. The size of the illustrations could have been larger. The book contains a reasonable number of references. The concept of statistical analysis of visual fields is particularly well discussed. It includes the more recent developments in static perimetry and discusses the latest innovations that will be made available in the future. The appendixes of visual fields by findings and diagnosis are useful as quick reference guides.
Assessment: In general, this book is a useful step-by-step manual on the usage of the Humphrey field analyzer and the interpretation of the data obtained during visual field testing. It is easy to read and contains many practical tips that are hard to find in previously published manuals on this subject. It will be a valuable resource for the practicing ophthalmologist as well as for residents and fellows in ophthalmology.
Deepak P. Edward
This monograph describes in detail the use of the Humphrey field analyzer in a variety of clinical settings. It combines theoretical facts with practical clinical pearls, providing the practicing ophthalmologist with an excellent resource of useful information. The purpose is to provide the reader with details on organizing the Humphrey perimetry system and guidance on interpreting the vast data that the instrument printouts provide. It targets most ophthalmologists wanting to update their knowledge in the area of visual field testing, and also residents and fellows in ophthalmology. A wide spectrum of visual field printouts and their interpretation from many visual disorders are presented. The size of the illustrations could have been larger. The book contains a reasonable number of references. The concept of statistical analysis of visual fields is particularly well discussed. It includes the more recent developments in static perimetry and discusses the latest innovations that will be made available in the future. The appendixes of visual fields by findings and diagnosis are useful as quick reference guides. In general, this book is a useful step-by-step manual on the usage of the Humphrey field analyzer and the interpretation of the data obtained during visual field testing. It is easy to read and contains many practical tips that are hard to find in previously published manuals on this subject. It will be a valuable resource for the practicing ophthalmologist as well as for residents and fellows in ophthalmology.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556422478
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 173

Table of Contents

Dedication
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Ch. 1 Introduction to Automated Perimetry 1
Ch. 2 The Humphrey Field Analyzer 21
Ch. 3 Setting Up a Perimetry System Using the Humphrey Field Analyzer 39
Ch. 4 Testing the Patient 49
Ch. 5 Basic Principles of Visual Field Interpretation 69
Ch. 6 Visual Field Defects in Glaucoma 101
Ch. 7 Visual Field Defects in Neuro-ophthalmology 117
Ch. 8 Visual Field Defects from Miscellaneous Conditions 133
Ch. 9 Latest Innovations for the Humphrey Field Analyzer 153
Appendix A: Visual Field Examples by Diagnosis 175
Appendix B: Visual Field Examples by Main Finding 181
Bibliography 187
Index 191
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