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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PRL / preferred retinal locus

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Long Form:   preferred retinal locus
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 A new perceptual training strategy to improve vision impaired by central vision loss. PRA
2020 Biofeedback fixation training method for improving eccentric vision in patients with loss of foveal function secondary to different maculopathies. BFT, FS, VA
2020 Effect of Disease Progression on the PRL Location in Patients With Bilateral Central Vision Loss. BE, WE
2019 Effects of home reading training on reading and quality of life in AMD-a randomized and controlled study. AMD, DemTect, MADRS, QOL, RS, RT
2019 Rehabilitation with biofeedback training in age-related macular degeneration for improving distance vision. BT, MAIA
2018 Automatic Detection of Preferred Retinal Locus (PRL) for Low Vision Rehabilitation using Oculometrics Analysis. AMD
2018 Binocular contrast summation and inhibition depends on spatial frequency, eccentricity and binocular disparity. 26-AFC
2018 Contrast Sensitivity in Eyes with Central Scotoma: Effect of Stimulus Drift. CFL, CS
2018 Evidence for alterations in fixational eye movements in glaucoma. BCEA, MED, SED
10  2018 Functional changes at the preferred retinal locus in subjects with bilateral central vision loss. AMD, BCEA, CVL, MSs, STGD
11  2018 Image Stabilization in Central Vision Loss: The Horizontal Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex. VOR
12  2018 Mechanisms of Image Stabilization in Central Vision Loss: Smooth Pursuit. ---
14  2018 Spontaneous and training-induced cortical plasticity in MD patients: Hints from lateral masking. MD, PL
15  2018 The effect of prism on preferred retinal locus. ---
16  2018 The retinal locus of fixation in simulations of progressing central scotomas. ---
17  2018 Visual Acuity Is Not the Best at the Preferred Retinal Locus in People with Macular Disease. ---
18  2018 Visual Cortex Activation in Patients With Stargardt Disease. CVF, ERG, fMRI, PVC
19  2017 Can positions in the visual field with high attentional capabilities be good candidates for a new preferred retinal locus? ---
20  2017 Does Vertical Reading Help People with Macular Degeneration: An Exploratory Study. RSVP
21  2017 Dysflective cones: Visual function and cone reflectivity in long-term follow-up of acute bilateral foveolitis. AOSLO, SD-OCT, TSLO
22  2017 Fixation Location and Stability Using the MP-1 Microperimeter in Stargardt Disease: ProgStar Report No. 3. BCEA, BCVA, ETDRS
23  2017 Morphologic and Postoperative Fixation Characteristics of the Macular Epiretinal Membrane in Young Patients Undergoing Surgery. BCVA, ELM, ERMs
24  2017 Multimodal analysis of the Preferred Retinal Location and the Transition Zone in patients with Stargardt Disease. EZ, FAF, MA, SD-OCT, TZ
25  2017 Peripheral oculomotor training in individuals with healthy visual systems: Effects of training and training transfer. pPRL
26  2017 The Preferred Retinal Locus Used to Watch Videos. COI, CVL, NV
27  2016 Fixation Improvement through Biofeedback Rehabilitation in Stargardt Disease. ---
28  2016 Training eye movements for visual search in individuals with macular degeneration. ---
29  2015 Bilateral eccentric vision training on pseudovitelliform dystrophy with microperimetry biofeedback. EV
30  2015 Comparing the fixational and functional preferred retinal location in a pointing task. CVL
31  2015 Driving with Central Visual Field Loss II: How Scotomas above or below the Preferred Retinal Locus (PRL) Affect Hazard Detection in a Driving Simulator. CFL, NV
32  2015 Identifying Absolute Preferred Retinal Locations during Binocular Viewing. ---
33  2015 Repeatability of Nidek MP-1 Fixation Measurements in Patients With Bilateral Central Field Loss. BCEA, CI
34  2014 Adaptation to a simulated central scotoma during visual search training. ---
35  2014 Does perisaccadic compression require foveal vision? MD
36  2014 Perceptual learning in patients with macular degeneration. AMD, fMRI, SOA, TDT
37  2013 Evaluation of fixation pattern and reading ability in patients with Leber hereditary optic neuropathy. LHON, SLO, wpm
38  2013 Macular degeneration affects eye movement behavior during visual search. ---
39  2013 Maximum reading speed and binocular summation in patients with central vision loss. BR, ETDRS
40  2013 Neural correlates of visual search in patients with hereditary retinal dystrophies. fMRI
41  2013 Preferred retinal locus profile during prolonged fixation attempts. MAIA, PRLf, PRLi
42  2013 The Glenn A. Fry Award Lecture 2012: Plasticity of the visual system following central vision loss. ---
43  2013 The worse eye is not as bad as it seems to be in AMD cases. AMD
44  2013 Use of prisms for vision rehabilitation after macular function loss may impact oculomotor control. AMD, LV
45  2013 [Noninvasive analysis of retinal microstructure and function: challenges and a promising future]. HRMECs, MHs, PVD, RBF, SD-OCT, SLO
46  2012 Benefit of adaptive optics aberration correction at preferred retinal locus. ---
47  2012 Scotoma displacement in the macular mapping test as a tool for identification of preferred retinal loci. BCVA, MMT
48  2012 [Study on preferred retinal locus]. ---
49  2011 A study of eccentric viewing training for low vision rehabilitation. BCVA, EV
50  2011 Effect of bilateral macular scotomas from age-related macular degeneration on reach-to-grasp hand movement. AMD, MGA
51  2011 Fixation control before and after treatment for neovascular age-related macular degeneration. AMD, VA
52  2011 Task-specific fixation behavior in macular disease. ---
53  2011 The preferred retinal locus in macular disease: toward a consensus definition. ---
54  2011 Wet versus dry age-related macular degeneration in patients with central field loss: different effects on maximum reading speed. AMD, LME, MRS
55  2010 Incomplete cortical reorganization in macular degeneration. fMRI, MD
56  2009 A comparison of fundus autofluorescence and retinal structure in patients with Stargardt disease. FAF, IS-OS, SD-OCT
57  2008 Documenting fixation at an extrafoveal locus with a modified slit lamp in age-related macular degeneration. AMD
58  2008 Fixation characteristics of patients with macular degeneration recorded with the mp-1 microperimeter. AMD
59  2008 Retinal image location of hand, fingers, and objects during manual tasks. SLO
60  2008 Use of multiple preferred retinal loci in Stargardt's disease during natural tasks: a case study. ---
61  2008 [Setting the preferential retinal locus. Part 1. Analysis of the rehabilitation results as a function of positioning]. ---
62  2008 [Setting the preferential retinal locus. Part 2. When, Where, and how does it become established?]. ---
63  2007 Fixation in patients with juvenile macular disease. BCEA, MDs
64  2007 Quantifying fixation in patients with Stargardt disease. SLO
65  2007 Visual acuity and fixation characteristics in age-related macular degeneration. AMD, CL, RL, SL
66  2006 A microperimeter that provides fixation pattern and retinal sensitivity measurement. SLO
67  2006 Effects of preferred retinal locus placement on text navigation and development of advantageous trained retinal locus. SLO, TRL
68  2006 Image relocation with prisms in patients with age-related macular degeneration. AMD, BCVA, IR, LV
69  2006 Oculomotor tracking strategy in normal subjects with and without simulated scotoma. ---
70  2005 Functional and cortical adaptations to central vision loss. AMD
71  2005 Preferred retinal locus development in patients with macular disease. MD
72  2005 Retinal location of the preferred retinal locus relative to the fovea in scanning laser ophthalmoscope images. SLO
73  2005 Tracking retinal motion with a scanning laser ophthalmoscope. SLO, TM
74  2005 [Adaptation to central scotoma. Part I. Eccentric fixations]. ---
75  2004 Determination of the location of the fovea on the fundus. ---
76  2004 Evaluation of a new quantitative technique to assess the number and extent of preferred retinal loci in macular disease. ---
77  2004 Fixation stability and reading speed in patients with newly developed macular disease. ---
78  2004 [Low vision aids for reading in scar stage of age-related macular degeneration]. AMD
79  2003 Modified astigmatism dial diagram for locating eccentric fixation in patients with central scotoma. SLO
80  2003 [Preferred retinal locus in patients with age-related macular degeneration]. AMD
81  2002 Reading with multiple preferred retinal loci: implications for training a more efficient reading strategy. ---
82  1999 Characteristics of AMD patients with low vision receiving visual rehabilitation. SLO, VFCs
83  1999 Combined use of several preferred retinal loci in patients with macular disorders when reading single words. SLO
84  1999 Full text reading with a central scotoma: pseudo regressions and pseudo line losses. ---
85  1999 Reading with simulated scotomas: attending to the right is better than attending to the left. AMD
86  1999 Relative locations of macular scotomas near the PRL: effect on low vision reading. MNRead, SLO, VA
87  1998 Functional assessment of macular hole surgery by scanning laser ophthalmoscopy. SLO
88  1998 Location and stability of a newly established eccentric retinal locus suitable for reading, achieved through training of patients with a dense central scotoma. TRL
89  1997 Preferred retinal loci relationship to macular scotomas in a low-vision population. ---
90  1988 Eccentric fixation with macular scotoma. ---
91  1987 Reading with a macular scotoma. II. Retinal locus for scanning text. ---