G B Colucci

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In order to assess the possible progression of neurological abnormalities over time and the value of visual evoked potential alterations in predicting stability and severity of diabetes-related optic pathway disease, a longitudinal study in non-insulin-dependent diabetic patients was performed. Neurological examination, visual evoked potentials with pattern(More)
To evaluate central optic pathways' involvement in diabetics, visual evoked potentials (VEP), in particular the latency of positive peak (LP100), were studied in 35 patients without retinopathy (4 insulin-dependent, 31 non-insulin-dependent) and 35 normal controls using reversal pattern stimulation. LP100 was significantly delayed in diabetics at both(More)
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