campimetry


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campimetry

(kæmˈpɪmɪtrɪ)
n
(Medicine) a technique for assessing the central part of the visual field
[C20: from New Latin, from Latin campus field + -metry; see -meter]
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Electroretinographic campimetry in a patient with crystalline retinopathy.
In the neurological examination, the patient did not exhibit any focal neurological symptoms, her extraocular movements were remarkably normal without palpebral ptosis, and there were no campimetry defects, evidencing a general improvement.