pupillometry

pupillometry

 [pu″pĭ-lom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of the diameter or width of the pupil of the eye.

pu·pil·lom·e·try

(pyū'pi-lom'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of the pupil.

pu·pil·lom·e·try

(pyū'pi-lom'ĕ-trē)
Measurement of the pupil.
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The main benefit of automated pupillometry is to produce an objective and standardized assessment of PLR and pupil size.
Comparison according to sex yielded a statistically significant difference in pupillometry results (t=2.474; ss=20; p=0.022), i.e.
All patients had detailed evaluation in the form of visual acuity-unaided and aided, refraction using manual retinoscopy method, assessing the pupil status using pupillometry, grading of the cataract by LOS 3, was done.
Pupillometry is a viable tool for the study of cognitive and emotional processes (Granholm & Steinhauer, 2004).
Effects of Verbal Fluency and Common Ground on Eye Movements and Pupillometry. Ye L.
One of the measurement methods employed by researchers who study this topic is pupillometry [4-6].
describe a new pupillometry system they developed for evaluation of pupillary light reflexes.
Pupillometry is a promising approach for functional assessment as it is objective, noninvasive, and maneuverable, in no need of steady fixation or pupil dilation [5].
DiCriscio's research is focused on the pupil's response to light and other stimuli, called pupillometry, which serves as biomarker for arousal state, attention, and cognitive effort.
Apparatus and Procedure: Pupillometry. An EyeLink 1000 system (SR Research, Canada) monitored two-dimensional eye position and pupil diameter with an infrared camera mounted below a monitor screen (Barco Calibrator, 40 x 30 cm), which was only used for calibrating the eye tracker (13-point calibration routine).