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  • Comprehensive Ophthalmology

    Using data from the Salisbury Eye Evaluation, researchers show that for each 10 percent loss in the visual field, there was an 8 percent higher chance of falling after adjustment for other risk factors for falls. Acuity, contrast sensitivity and stereodeficiency were not associated with falling.