static perimetry


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stat·ic pe·rim·e·try

determination of the visual field by using test objects at fixed positions and gradually increasing luminance to the threshold of visibility.

static perimetry

A test of visual field impairment in which a person's ability to see objects at the edges of the visual field is assessed by changing the brightness or size of the objects but not their position.
See also: perimetry
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Static perimetry within 30[degrees] is a standard in glaucoma diagnostics and monitoring; kinetic perimetry is preferred in neuroophthalmological conditions, extended visual field defects, and low visual acuity.
Moreover, in the remaining two patients, static perimetry was impossible to obtain due to very poor visual acuity.
(4) The Royal College of Ophthalmologists guidelines recommend visual field testing every six months using either Goldmann kinetic perimetry or Humphrey or Octopus static perimetry. (5) However, the physical limitations of CP can make accurate visual field assessment a challenge and careful and regular monitoring is essential.
Visual field testing can be performed by a number of different techniques including confrontation (at the bedside), tangent screen, Goldman kinetic perimetry, and automated static perimetry. 3The sensitivity of confrontation techniques is about 20% for detection of arcuate field defects and about 70% for detection of hemianopia when compared to Goldman.
Seah et al., "Automated static perimetry: the influence of myopia and its method of correction," Ophthalmology, vol.
(c) Kinetic perimetry is more reproducible than static perimetry.