Visibility Vol 11 Issue 3 & 4, 2017

Assessing Fixation Stability in Macular Degeneration – How Long?

There has been a renewed interest in investigating fixational eye movements in people with macular disease in the past decade. Fixation stability (FS) is associated with difficulties in daily tasks such as reading and facial recognition. Current studies on FS record eye movements for different durations ranging from a few seconds to several minutes. To our knowledge, how FS depends on the recording duration in people with macular disease remains unclear. Here, we report on the impact of duration of fixation recording on FS in subjects with bilateral macular disease.

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