I have damage in my left eye from glaucoma. My left eye fails on VCS. Could the test be inaccurate?
If visual acuity is better than 20/50, we have been able to use VCS measurements despite presence of treated eye conditions such as glaucoma, iritis and cataracts, for example. If visual acuity is not better than 20/50, or if eye condition is still active, then there should be no consideration of use of that eye in scoring the VCS.