At-home virtual reality visual field testing reliable in patients with stable defects

Self-administered, remote virtual reality visual field testing can reliably monitor ocular disease in individuals with stable visual field defects, according to research published in the Journal of Glaucoma.
“Remote, unsupervised monitoring of VFs in patients without ocular disease and those with stable defects appears feasible using a [virtual reality visual field (VRVF)] device as demonstrated by the consistent mean sensitivities among sequential exams and the comparable outcomes to the gold standard [standard automated perimetry (SAP)] instrument,” Danielle E. McLaughlin, MD,

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