kinetic perimetry


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ki·net·ic pe·rim·e·try

mapping of the visual field by using a moving rather than a static test object.

kinetic perimetry

A test of visual field impairment in which a person's ability to see peripherally placed objects is assessed by moving the objects but keeping their size and brightness unchanged.
See also: perimetry
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It was also interesting to find out that despite advances in technology and the high standard of automated visual fields instruments available today, Dr Cohen swears by the Goldman kinetic perimetry bowl for detecting visual defects that are often missed by the automated perimeters that are of choice for so many of us.
Confrontation testing being both rapid and simple should always precede any more detailed attempts with more sophisticated automated static or manual kinetic perimetry.
c) Kinetic perimetry is more reproducible than static perimetry.