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Doc Ophthalmol. 1979 Dec 14;48(1):163-222.

New approaches to ophthalmic electrodiagnosis by retinal oscillatory potential, drug-induced responses from retinal pigment epithelium and cone potential.

Abstract

New clinical methods are proposed to assess (1) neuronal activities of the retinal inner layers including amacrine cells by means of the oscillatory potential, (2) photopic function through the rapid decay in the off-response and (3) activities of the retinal pigment epithelium through susceptibility of the standing potential of the eye to osmotic stress and to Diamox. These new methods are able to reveal otherwise undetectable retinal disorders.

PMID:
119621
DOI:
10.1007/bf00207350
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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