Goldmann perimeter

Gold·mann pe·rim·e·ter

(gōlt'mahn),
a projection perimeter that adds further precision by controlling the surrounding illumination.

Goldmann,

Hans, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1899-1991.
Goldmann applanation tonometer - an applanation tonometer that flattens only 3 sq mm of cornea, used with a slit-lamp.
Goldmann contact lens
Goldmann contact lens prism
Goldmann expressor
Goldmann goniolens
Goldmann implant
Goldmann lens
Goldmann macular contact lens
Goldmann multimirror lens implant
Goldmann perimeter - a projection perimeter that adds further precision by controlling the surrounding illumination.
Goldmann serrated knife
Goldmann tonometer
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5 asb, Goldmann perimeter stimulus size III, using fast Swedish Interactive Thresholding Algorithm (SITA) without pupil dilation and after correction of near vision.
Until the introduction of the Goldmann perimeter (a manual, kinetic perimeter) in 1945, there was much dispute over the best technique to use to identify visual field loss, (2-5) and the lack of standardisation made it difficult to distinguish 'abnormal' from 'normal'.