DYNAMIC VISUAL ACUITY: MEASUREMENT, MECHANISMS, DIAGNOSTIC IMPORTANCE AND PROSPECTS FOR PRACTICAL USE

Different methods for measuring dynamic visual acuity(DVA) and it dependence on the size of visual objects are described. The dependence DVA from static visual acuity (SVA), and the dependence DVA on the function of mechanisms that project the image and holding it on the retina, as well as on the processing speed of visual signals in the brain visual centers, are described. Based on the results of this study and literature data, the DVA mechanisms and reasons of its deteriorations in patients with diseases of visual and central nervous systems are discussed. Approaches to standardization of DVA measurement are proposed.

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Автор(ы): A. I. Kubarko, P. M. Gurinovich, J. A. Kubarko