Peripheral Vision

Definition of Peripheral Vision:

The type of vision that allows one to see objects that are not in the center of one's visual field.

Topics Related to Peripheral Vision

Brain Tumor

...our question about Type of recent vision loss
“Loss of vision in one or both eyes is especially notable if it is peripheral vision loss.”

Glaucoma

...the condition
“...Although most symptoms disappear after treatment with medication, there may be some remaining loss of peripheral vision.  Attacks can re-occur, and if they do, each one tends to further reduce the field of vision...”
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Macular Degeneration

...the condition
“...Peripheral vision (side vision) isn't affected by macular degeneration...”

Night Blindness

...the condition
“...Rods also enable the eyes to detect motion and provide peripheral vision.  Rods are responsible for vision in dim light and cones are responsible for vision in bright light...”

Retinitis Pigmentosa

...the condition
“...As these cells slowly degenerate, people with RP develop night blindness and a gradual loss of peripheral vision.  By about age 40, most have tunnel vision, although many may retain good central vision...”
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