scotomatous


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sco·tom·a·tous

(skō-tō'mă-tŭs),
Relating to scotoma.

sco·tom·a·tous

(skō-tō'mă-tŭs)
Relating to scotoma.
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The characteristics of the scotomas also remained relatively constant in terms of the number of scotomatous borders around the PRL and the location of scotomas relative to the PRL.
Those who do have a functioning fovea are still in need of scotoma awareness training because a scotomatous border on one or more sides of the fovea can significantly interfere with visual function (Fletcher, Schuchard, Walker, & Raskaukas, 2008; Sunness, Rubin, Zuckerbrod, & Applegate, 2008).
On the other hand, too much magnification will lead to more of the word falling onto the scotomatous area.