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Poster presented at American Academy of Optometry Meeting

US Navy researchers present their work on "Effects on Contrast Sensitivity Function following LASIK & PRK". They find that the "QCSF is a sensitive method in detecting functional visual changes during the recovery after refractive surgery".

Talk at American Society of Retina Specialists

John Miller, Mass Eye and Ear, presents his work on "A Novel Contrast Sensitivity Testing Device as a New Measure of Visual Recovery in Retinal Detachment". Click here for a video interview.

Poster presented at American Diabetes Association Meeting

Researchers at the Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, find that the quick CSF "is readily utilized with excellent reproducibility." Click here for full abstract.

Poster presented at American Diabetes Association Meeting

Researchers at the Kellog Eye Center find that the quick CSF detects early differences in visual function of diabetes patients. Click here for full abstract.

Thirteen qCSF-related abstracts to be presented at ARVO 2017

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Ein moderner Sehtest (A modern vision test)

Die Wirtschaft (in German)

Poster presented at American Diabetes Association Meeting

Researchers at the Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, find that the quick CSF "may be a sensitive method to detect visual function changes resulting from diabetes and diabetic macular edema". Click here for full abstract.

ARVO Meeting features more than a dozen qCSF-related posters

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Die Boston-Lübeck-Connection für bessere Augen-Untersuchungen

Technologie Lübeck

A new vision for blind patients

EyeWorld

Children born blind can learn to see as teenagers

Nature

Brain adapts to see after extended blindness

Optometry Today

Despite what you may think, your brain is a mathematical genius

Salk Institute

The Visual System as Economist: Visual Adaptation Studied by Salk and Schepens Scientists

Schepens Eye Research Institute