The campimeter is an instrument for examining the visual field. Campimeters have been in clinical use since the mid-nineteenth century. Initially, examination of the visual field was concerned only with the outer limits, or `perimeter` of the visual field, hence the term `perimetry`, which tends to be used inter-changeably with `campimetry`....
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A small tangent screen used to measure central visual field. ... Origin: L. Campus, field, + G. Metron, measure ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kam-pim′ĕ-ter Definitions: 1. A small tangent screen used to measure central visual field.
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