I had Dr. Mayer copy her "plots" for me today. Usually these would be in pretty colors (she color codes the different dot size, so bare with me). So - the outside ring - that is where Finley can see the largest light dot she uses (a little smaller than a quarter). Last year that line was at the 70 - now it is at the 50). The next line is where she can see a medium size light dot (about the size of a dime). That line is between the 40 and 30. And then the last line (which is right by the 30) is where she can see the smallest light - which is about the size of a tac. The middle section there - where you see she kind of shaded it in with black lines? That is where she sees nothing at all. And the area with the dots? She is pretty sure she doesn't see anything there either. All of this has changed from last year.
This is the right eye. This actually made the doctor more upset than the left because her right eye has always been better off than her left. Same thing as the last picture with the lines. The shaded areas and dotted areas are where she sees nothing at all.
This is what she can see now with both eyes open. So when she is looking straight ahead (just like you are right now), Her fields are below 70 with both eyes open (last year they were above 80 with both eyes open). And in the center - the dotted and lined areas - that is where she doesn't see anything.