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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Intereye differences as a function of RAPD. Intereye difference was evaluated for: (i) pupil size (anisocoria, diameter of the right pupil minus diameter of left pupil top-left); (ii) MD of the perimetry visual field test (HFA, MD of the right eye test minus MD of the left eye test, top-right); (iii) CDR (fundoscopy, ratio in the left eye minus ratio in the right eye, bottom-left); (iv) thickness of the RNFL (OCT, thickness of the left retina minus thickness of the right retina, bottom-right). Negative values indicate a more prominent disease in the left eye. All variables, except for anisocoria, correlate with the sign and magnitude of the RAPD

Figure 2: Intereye differences as a function of RAPD. Intereye difference was evaluated for: (i) pupil size (anisocoria, diameter of the right pupil minus diameter of left pupil top-left); (ii) MD of the perimetry visual field test (HFA, MD of the right eye test minus MD of the left eye test, top-right); (iii) CDR (fundoscopy, ratio in the left eye minus ratio in the right eye, bottom-left); (iv) thickness of the RNFL (OCT, thickness of the left retina minus thickness of the right retina, bottom-right). Negative values indicate a more prominent disease in the left eye. All variables, except for anisocoria, correlate with the sign and magnitude of the RAPD