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Retinal eccentricity is due to the differing pattern of response to light stimulation across the retina due to different conditions and the different densities and ratio of rods and cones across the surface.

Cone sensitivity varies over the visual field in the presence of a uniform photopic background and sensitivity falls off in the parafovea from a sharp foveal peak, then declines more gradually toward the periphery.


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BooksEdit

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