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The importance of measuring contrast sensitivity in cases of visual disturbance.
  1. G. B. Arden


    A description is given of a practical clinical test of contrast sensitivity and of the results obtained on a normal population. An account is given of recent physiological work which illustrates the potential usefulness of the method in ophthalmology, and the clinical results obtained by the author and others are summarised.

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