A. Superior paracentral scotoma.
B. Seidel’s scotoma.
C. Bjerrum’s scotoma.
D. Double arcuate scotoma.
Ans:D. Double arcuate scotoma.
Double arcuate or ring shaped scotoma: It develops when two arcuate scotomas join.
Glaucoma is a group of disorders characterized by progressive optic neuropathy resulting in characteristic appearance of optic disc & a specific pattern of irreversible visual field defects that are associated frequently but invariably with raised intraocular pressure (IOP).