Charlene J. Skladzien

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Four cases of Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl syndrome were studied through electrophysiological and psychophysical examinations, and findings were correlated with those of fluorescein angiography. In all cases the macula showed degenerative changes, including a bull's eye appearance. The fundus periphery could be devoid of clumps of pigmentation, but all cases(More)
Because the pattern-reversal visual evoked response (PVER) reflects the central retinal function, PVER results generally agree with those of psychophysical tests. The visual acuities (VAs) calculated from PVER recordings and Snellen acuity (SA) measurements were compared in 500 eyes (261 patients; ages 8 to 88 years; mean, 44.5 years). The best-corrected VA(More)
A modification was made of the conventional method of recording the pattern reversal visual evoked response (VER) to study the VER in infants and young children. Application of this modified method to 36 patients, the majority of them with retinopathy of prematurity, showed that this method is useful in the evaluation of the visual function in infants and(More)
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