RETINAL LESION AND VISUAL ACUITY IN THE RHESUS MONKEY (MACACA MULATTA).
Interim rept. Jan 68-Jan 69,
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV PULLMAN
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A lesion was placed on the foveal area of a rhesus monkey Macaca mulatta. Visual acuity tests conducted before and after production of the lesion indicated a post-lesion reduction in visual acuity of about 67 percent, i.e., from approximately 1 minute of arc to about 3 minutes of arc. The results are discussed in relation to other studies dealing with suprathreshold lesion studies. Author
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