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Electrodiagnostic methods in vision: Part 2. Origins of the flash ERG

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posted on 2024-01-19, 04:37 authored by HS Weisinger, LJ Vingrys, Andrew SinclairAndrew Sinclair
In Part 11 of this review, we described the methods to acquire electrodiagnostic signals and the nature of the flash ERG, as it is a common waveform used in clinical applications.1 We also provided guidelines to the protocols and clinical procedures needed to evaluate retinal function.1 In Part 2, we will discuss what is known of the retinal generators (sources) that give rise to the current flows within the retina following light stimulation and that underlie the various waveforms that comprise the flash ERG. A complete understanding of these processes requires a good grasp of retinal physiology. Those not familiar with retinal physiology are referred to a previous review carried by this journal on this topic.2–4. © 2017 Wiley. All rights reserved.

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Journal

Clinical and Experimental Optometry

Volume

79

Pagination

97-105

Location

London, Eng.

ISSN

0816-4622

eISSN

1444-0938

Language

en

Issue

3

Publisher

Informa UK Limited

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