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I think she knows I have no peripheral vision because she will always be on my left if she's running or she'll get out of my way.
Although human vision has the highest resolution when we look directly at something, we see a much wider view of the visual world in our lower resolution peripheral vision.
These specialists consider three factors--the IOP, the condition of the optic nerve, and the patient's visual field (peripheral vision)--to determine if glaucoma is present.
However those patients, unlike Mr Flynn, had no peripheral vision.
This means that the cricket players showed significant improvements in, for example, peripheral vision, ball skills, concentration, focus flexibility and coordination.
The practical skills are taught on a one-to-one basis free of charge and can help people to make better use of their remaining peripheral vision, enabling them to complete tasks which were previously too difficult.
Yesterday she confirmed that I have regained a surprising amount of peripheral vision. She called them "islands of vision." In Retinitis Pigmentosa, once the peripheral vision is gone, it's gone.
Zavella develops "peripheral vision" as a way to describe the transnational subjectivity of many of her respondents.
It can also preserve peripheral vision in patients.
After some experimenting with strips from different football clubs on fridge magnets she found that any plain colour (other than grey).........but more importantly strong stripes could be seen in more of the peripheral vision.
It is caused by the cells in the macular part of the eye breaking down, causing sight loss in the central part but leaving peripheral vision unaffected.
Mind you, it has nothing to do with skill and everything to do with a woman's peripheral vision being better than a bloke's; we're just wired that way.

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