The first edition of this book, published in 1992, has become one of the most cover-worn in my office. Especially early in my training, the book was invaluable in helping me sort the overwhelming number of calculated data for each automated visual field as well as the myriad options of printing this data for evaluation. As I have become more comfortable with automated perimetry, I have lent the book to the residents, technicians, and students who are on rotatation in my clinics.
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