Visual Fields

Does your child have an eye problem?

This child has a visual problem, but how would you know?

Most children don’t complain of poor vision because they assume what they see is normal.

Would you know if you had a vision problem?

Not only an over 40’s problem and could happen
at any age!

If you are finding reading more difficult then this will affect work and school performance.

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Ocular Coherence Tomography (OCT) provides the earliest diagnosis of disease such as macula degeneration and glaucoma.


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Computerized Perimetry

Our Topcon AP200 perimeter is designed to electronically measure peripheral (side) vision.

Fields of vision can be impaired by diseases such as glaucoma, stroke and retinal detachment.

Perimetry is performed to determine restrictions in the fields of vision which may impact on driving, mobility and general visual performance.

Perimetry is also one of the best ways to highlight change in the visual system over time. This becomes very important in the early diagnosis of eye disease so that treatment can be organized as quickly as possible.

Blindness caused by glaucoma for example cannot be cured, only prevented with early diagnosis and treatment.

The AP200 utilizes SWAP technology which is more sensitive to changes in retinal function and allows for earlier detection of visual field change than standard computerized perimeters.

We recommend that all patients have this test done, even if there is a low risk of disease, for the following reasons:

  • Perimetry may highlight a problem that we were not expecting (most people are most aware of their central vision and don’t observe changes in the periphery).
  • Perimetry can be used as a baseline for future comparison to pick up eye disease more quickly in the future, even if a problem does not currently exist.