Definition of campimetry in English:

campimetry

noun

  • [mass noun] A technique for measuring or mapping the field of vision of the eye.

    • ‘Methods for measuring the visual field are perimetry, campimetry or noise field campimetry.’
    • ‘Until a few decades ago, campimetry was the standard of care but now is out of fashion.’
    • ‘Conventional perimetry and even campimetry provides information pertaining to the borderline between seeing and non-seeing areas.’
    • ‘Incorporating focal noise-field campimetry as a testing strategy for the proposed invention provides an extremely efficient method to determine significant visual field loss.’
    • ‘With Damato campimetry we can measure the central visual field and the inner edge of the ring scotoma when it starts to develop.’

Origin

Early 20th century: from Latin campus field (see camp)+ -metry.

Pronunciation:

campimetry

/kamˈpɪmətri/