Perimetry

Per·im'e·try noun The art of using the perimeter; measurement of the field of vision.
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perimetry

(pә-rim´ә-tre) determination of the extent of the peripheral visual field. adj., perimet´ric., adj.
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Perimetry

• (n.) The art of using the perimeter; measurement of the field of vision.
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perimetry

Type: Term Pronunciation: pĕ-rim′ĕ-trē Definitions: 1. The determination of the limits of the visual field. 2. The mapping of the sensitivity contours of the visual field.
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perimetry

(puh-RIM-ih-tree) Method of charting extent of a stationary eye's field of vision with test objects of various sizes and light intensities Aids in detection of damage to sensory visual pathways
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