VFQ

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AcronymDefinition
VFQVisual Function Questionnaire (National Eye Institute)
VFQVariable-Field Quadrupole
VFQVisiting Flag Quarters
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The design of the questionnaire was based on the National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (NEI-VFQ-25) and the 10-item Neuro-Ophthalmic Supplement to the NEI-VFQ-25 surveys (Mangione, et al, 2001).
National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire in the Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS): AREDS Report No 10.
Development of a Chinese version of the National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (CHI-VFQ-25) as a tool to study patients with eye diseases in Hong Kong.
If their scores on the National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (NEI VFQ) differ, we cannot assume that the person who reports worse functional vision (that is, has a lower NEI VFQ score) has worse visual acuity than a person with a higher score (Mangione et al.
Depression and the 25-item National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire in older adults.
At each evaluation, participants completed the following tests: the Pelli-Robson Contrast Sensitivity (P&R) test, the Visual Function Questionnaire (VFQ), and the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI).
10) VS-QoL instruments include the Refractive Status and Vision Profile (RSVP), (11) National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (NEI-VFQ), (12) the Quality of Life Impact of Refractive Correction (QIRC) (8) and the Paediatric Refractive Error Profile (PREP).
2002) and the National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (Berdeaux, Nordmann, Colin, & Arnould, 2005; Clemons, Chew, Bressler, & McBree, 2003; Mangione et al.
1992); and the Visual Activities Questionnaire (Sloane, Ball, Owsley, Bruni, & Roenker, 1992), as well as scales that have appeared in the literature since then, such as the Melbourne Low Vision ADL Index (Haymes, Johnston, & Heyes, 2001), the National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (NEI-VFQ; Mangione et al.
Similarly, correction of a large refractive error would also be expected to improve performance of almost all daily living tasks included on a visual function questionnaire, but only when glasses or contact lenses are worn.
Massof was the first published investigator in the field to question the assumptions underlying Likert scoring of visual function questionnaires [1,12].