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reading results of "Formal Visual Field Testing"
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reading results of "Formal Visual Field Testing"


  after taking a visual field test the results were:
                           left eye 63/120
                          right eye 86/120
     Can you tell me what my field of vision is?
     Is it less than 140 degrees?
     I don't know how it is determined.
                                   Bill
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you had a particular type of visual field done called a 120 point screen.the numbers are simply  now while you did have a high miss rate, i cannot convert that specifically to degree of VF loss except to say that it is probably less then 140 degrees in the left eye, and may be in the rightDisclaimer
This information is provided for general medical education purposes only. Please consult your physician for diagnostic and treatment options pertaining to your specific medical condition.
as well. to better quantitate things you should have a 30-2 field done.





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