The results obtained in ten normal subjects with a new method of pupillocampimetry are described and compared with those obtained with routine campimetry. Once the relationship between the two methods was established, ten subjects suffering from pregeniculate or postgeniculate lesions of the optic pathways were examined by pupillocampimetry. This study shows the value of this new method, particularly for the differential diagnosis of pre- or postgeniculate lesions.
- Optic pathways
- Pre- and postgeniculate lesion
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Neurology