Anniek De Vos

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Pupillary light reflexes were measured in 18 diabetic patients without clinical signs of neuropathy and in 18 control subjects, using a newly developed infrared light reflection technique called IRIS. This method has some important advantages. Apart from being non traumatic, it enables the recording of dynamic pupillary light reflexes simultaneously in both(More)
Three planes are discerned during ultrasonographic screening of the insula in parasagittal view: opercular, insular, and fissural. Six newborn infants with normal brain anatomy, including two each of 28, 34, and 40 weeks' gestation, were selected for a description of the evolution of these parasagittal planes. Opercularization of the insula begins to be(More)
With a newly developed method, IRIS, the potential usefulness of various parameters of pupillary reflexes for the assessment of autonomic nerve function was studied. Constriction latency decreased and dilatation latency increased significantly with higher intensities of light (P < 0.01 and P < 0.05, respectively). Thirteen subjects were tested twice one(More)
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