RAPDx: A Paradigm Shift in Pupil Testing.
Pupil testing is a required but often overlooked component of the comprehensive ophthalmic exam. Invented in the 19th century, the swinging flashlight test is subjective and difficult to do well, therefore many clinically significant RAPDs go undetected. Until now…
“Because the detection of an RAPD may precede apparent optic disc and visual field damage, looking for an RAPD may be an important part of the assessment of patients with glaucoma.”
Spaeth, Lankaranian, Altangerel, et.al.
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Glaucoma, MS, diabetic retinopathy, macular edema and other disorders, as well as long-term use of many medications and substances can cause an acquired (tritan) deficiency.
Common tests like Ishihara do not test for acquired (tritan) deficiencies.