Purpose:\ud \ud The aim of this study is to relate areas of the visual field to functional difficulties to inform the development of a binocular visual field assessment that can reflect the functional consequences of visual field loss.\ud \ud \ud Methods:\ud \ud Fifty-t... View more
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