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Microperimetry: An Introduction

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Microperimetry and Multimodal Retinal Imaging

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A short introduction to the study of visual function analyzes the limitations of the quantification of visual acuity and the advantages offered by the study of retinal sensitivity.

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Correspondence to Edoardo Midena MD, PhD, FARVO, FEBO .

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Midena, E. (2014). Microperimetry: An Introduction. In: Midena, E. (eds) Microperimetry and Multimodal Retinal Imaging. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-40300-2_1

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