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Pupillographic measurements with pattern stimulation: the pupil's response in normal subjects and first measurements in glaucoma patients

Pupillographic measurements with pattern stimulation: the pupil's response in normal subjects and first measurements in glaucoma patients

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 47(11): 4947-4955

PURPOSE. This study was undertaken to characterize the influence of contrast, luminance, and spatial frequency of a pattern stimulus on the pupil reaction of healthy subjects. First measurements with this technique in patients with glaucoma were compared with those in a control group.METHOD. Grating patterns were presented using a Maxwellian-view system to study series of contrast, luminance, and spatial frequency in three healthy subjects.

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DOI: 10.1167/iovs.06-0021

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