Humphrey Automated Visual Field
• Provides information regarding the location of many diseases
• Assesses the full horizontal and vertical range of your vision
• Can detect dysfunction in central and peripheral vision
• Helps to detect and monitor glaucoma
• Measures the area of vision, or how wide of an area your eye can see
• Patient friendly
Your peripheral vision, or side vision, is very important for your visual function, and is also affected by many eye conditions. Many times, subtle changes in your peripheral vision are not noticed. The Humphrey Automated Visual Field allows us to detect any vision loss that you may not have noticed otherwise. This is important for conditions such as Glaucoma, retinal detachments, optic neuritis, retinal blood vessel blockage, brain tumors, ptosis (lid lag), auto-immune conditions like lupus, and many others.