I went for a visual-field test last week to rule out glaucoma. (There is no evidence I have it. We merely have inconclusive evidence I do not.) The office is in the middle of nowhere in the labyrinthine hospital. Since some people heading there will have deficient visual fields, is a homemade, home-corrected sign tacked up on a side wall where you wouldn’t be looking anyway something that makes sense?

Laser-printed sheet with handwritten room-number corrections: ‘Visual fields & eye photography →→→ Turn to your right’

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