Journal of Ophthalmology / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Clinical Study

Alterations Induced by Bangerter Filters on the Visual Field: A Frequency Doubling Technology and Standard Automated Perimetry Study

Table 2

Perimetry values (mean values and standard deviation) without filters (baseline) and with 0.8 and 0.1 Bangerter filters.

Control groupAmblyopic eyes < 0.05Sound eyes <0.05 < 0.05

SAP-MDBaseline−1.60 ± 1.00−3.01 ± 1.540.020−2.79 ± 2.060.0890.224
0.8−4.56 ± 0.76−5.73 ± 3.240.027−4.91 ± 3.260.1450.109
0.1−10.24 ± 1.09−11.34 ± 2.060.050−11.34 ± 1.660.0300.926

SAP-PSDBaseline1.35 ± 0.241.74 ± 0.480.0041.60 ± 0.260.0060.244
0.81.51 ± 0.192.09 ± 0.700.0071.92 ± 0.290.0040.359
0.11.85 ± 0.722.68 ± 0.780.0042.47 ± 0.990.0350.263

FDT-MDBaseline−0.96 ± 0.71−3.42 ± 3.380.005−2.65 ± 3.110.0500.126
0.8−2.35 ± 2.37−5.12 ± 4.370.023−5.34 ± 4.010.0140.430
0.1−6.37 ± 2.41−10.47 ± 3.170.002−10.14 ± 3.770.0060.870

FDT-PSDBaseline3.15 ± 0.623.80 ± 2.210.0134.33 ± 1.310.0010.353
0.84.06 ± 1.154.55 ± 1.500.3294.53 ± 1.760.3530.363
0.14.71 ± 0.774.66 ± 1.800.9265.10 ± 2.040.7430.611

Control group versus sound eyes.
**Amblyopic eyes versus sound eyes.
MD: mean deviation; PSD: pattern standard deviation; SAP: standard automated white-on-white perimetry; FDT: frequency doubling technology perimetry.