John M Wild
John M Wild
Professor of Clinical Vision Sciences, Cardiff University
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Fatigue effects during a single session of automated static threshold perimetry.
C Hudson, JM Wild, EC O'Neill
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 35 (1), 268-280, 1994
Visual field defects associated with vigabatrin therapy
MC Lawden, T Eke, C Degg, GFA Harding, JM Wild
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 67 (6), 716-722, 1999
Characteristics of a unique visual field defect attributed to vigabatrin
JM Wild, C Martinez, G Reinshagen, GFA Harding
Epilepsia 40 (12), 1784-1794, 1999
Prevalence of visual field loss following exposure to vigabatrin therapy: a systematic review
MJ Maguire, K Hemming, JM Wild, JL Hutton, AG Marson
Epilepsia 51 (12), 2423-2431, 2010
Referral patterns to an ophthalmic outpatient clinic by general practitioners and ophthalmic opticians and the role of these professionals in screening for ocular disease.
RJ Harrison, JM Wild, AJ Hobley
British Medical Journal 297 (6657), 1162-1167, 1988
The influence of the learning effect on automated perimetry in patients with suspected glaucoma
JM Wild, M Dengler‐Harles, AET Searle, EC O'neill, SJ Crews
Acta ophthalmologica 67 (5), 537-545, 1989
Between-algorithm, between-individual differences in normal perimetric sensitivity: full threshold, FASTPAC, and SITA. Swedish Interactive Threshold algorithm.
JM Wild, IE Pacey, SA Hancock, IA Cunliffe
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 40 (6), 1152-1161, 1999
The SITA perimetric threshold algorithms in glaucoma
JM Wild, IE Pacey, EC O’Neill, IA Cunliffe
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 40 (9), 1998-2009, 1999
Serial examination of the normal visual field using octopus automated projection perimetry evidence for a learning effect
JM Wood, JM Wild, MK Hussey, SJ Crews
Acta ophthalmologica 65 (3), 326-333, 1987
Electrophysiological evidence of early functional damage in glaucoma and ocular hypertension
RV North, AL Jones, N Drasdo, JM Wild, JE Morgan
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 51 (2), 1216-1222, 2010
Separating the retinal electrophysiologic effects of vigabatrin: treatment versus field loss
GFA Harding, JM Wild, KA Robertson, S Rietbrock, C Martinez
Neurology 55 (3), 347-352, 2000
The statistical interpretation of blue-on-yellow visual field loss.
JM Wild, ID Moss, D Whitaker, EC O'Neill
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 36 (7), 1398-1410, 1995
The influence of age-related cataract on blue-on-yellow perimetry.
ID Moss, JM Wild, DJ Whitaker
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 36 (5), 764-773, 1995
Long‐term follow‐up of baseline learning and fatigue effects in the automated perimetry of glaucoma and ocular hypertensive patients
JM Wild, AET Searle, M Dengler‐Harles, EC O'Neill
Acta ophthalmologica 69 (2), 210-216, 1991
Short wavelength automated perimetry
JM Wild
Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica 79 (6), 546-559, 2001
Statistical aspects of the normal visual field in short-wavelength automated perimetry.
JM Wild, RP Cubbidge, IE Pacey, R Robinson
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 39 (1), 54-63, 1998
Detecting vigabatrin toxicity by imaging of the retinal nerve fiber layer
JM Wild, CR Robson, AL Jones, IA Cunliffe, PEM Smith
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 47 (3), 917-924, 2006
Time-related variation in normal automated static perimetry
AET Searle, JM Wild, DE Shaw, EC O'Neill
Ophthalmology 98 (5), 701-707, 1991
Visual field loss in patients with refractory partial epilepsy treated with vigabatrin: final results from an open-label, observational, multicentre study
JM Wild, C Chiron, H Ahn, M Baulac, J Bursztyn, E Gandolfo, I Goldberg, ...
CNS drugs 23, 965-982, 2009
Vigabatrin and epilepsy: lessons learned
JM Wild, H Ahn, M Baulac, J Bursztyn, C Chiron, E Gandolfo, AB Safran, ...
Epilepsia 48 (7), 1318-1327, 2007
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