Results Of the 100 patients observed, half were male and all white; the mean age (SD) was 69.7 (14.1) years. Intraobserver match was significant to almost perfect for VF software (total κ [95% CI], 0.59 [0.46-0.72] to 0.87 [0.79-0.0 96]) and similar for OCT software (total κ [95% CI], 0.59 [0.46-0.71] to 0.85 [0.76-0.94]). The correspondence between the 5 glaucoma specialists with the VF progression software was moderate (κ, 0.48; 95% CI, 0.41-0.55) and similar to OCT progression software (κκ, 0.52; 95% CI, 0.44-0.59). The interobserver concordance was significant for images classified as progression-free, but accurate in images classified as having questionable glaucoma progression or glaucoma progression. Correspondence between servers was fair on issues related to glaucoma progression (κ, 0.39; 95% CI 0.32-0.48) and consideration of treatment changes (κ, 0.39; 95% CI, 0.32-0.48). Factors associated with the agreement were the stage of glaucoma and the fatigue of falls. Results In this study, although intraobserver consistency was important for both software, interobserver consistency was moderate and related to variability between tests. Compliance with interobserver was important in patients not progressing, but only in patients with questionable glaucoma progression or glaucoma progression. This study shows that visual inspection of TVUS videos is a fairly reproducible method for assessing the frequency of contraction. However, the operating time is too long to be implemented in everyday practice. Automated methods could provide a solution to this problem in the future. apply ACV to the simplest setting of conformity assessment in PET studies – the study of intra-observer variability when considering differences between measurements by type; The visual field series, presented to the five clinicians in the evaluation study, was extracted from the glaucoma department`s clinical visual field database at Moorfields Eye Hospital, a tertiary transfer centre that also serves the local community.
At the time of the study, this database contained Humphrey visual field tests conducted between January 16, 1985 and August 6, 1997. .