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Laser scotometry in drusen and pits of the optic nerve head.
Laser scotometry is an accurate means of detecting dense blind spots. A small low-energy spot is guided across the fundus from nonseeing to seeing areas. Patient responses are recorded on fundus photographys, allowing direct correlation with fundus pathology. Accuracy to less than 1 degree is feasible. All typical optic nerve drusen tested with this technique had field defects. In cases of optic nerve pits, dense scotomas correlated with the shape of visible nerve fiber defects rather than with the shape of serous retinal detachments.
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