Harold E. Henkes

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Procedures recently developed for use in clinical flicker-electroretinography are discussed, comprising: a) the recording of electric activity deriving from limited areas of the retina; b) the use of a continuous flicker-ERG and c) the determination of CFF and the construction of I/CFF curves. the recording of electric activity deriving from limited areas(More)
Two groups of adult-onset diabetics, matched according to 10 different criteria, were followed, biochemically and fluorescein-angiographically, over a period of 6 years. One group used a saturated-fat diet, and the other group of patients were on an unsaturated-fat diet, particularly rich in linoleic acid. Statistically significant differences were found in(More)
A double-blind study was established to evaluate the platelet aggregation inhibiting effect of ticlopidine on the course of ocular vein occlusions. 35 patients with recent central retinal vein occlusions and 54 patients with retinal branch vein occlusions were treated for 6 months. Various ophthalmological and clinical-chemical parameters, including(More)
1. Measles retinopathy appears to be a specific neuro-retinal disorder caused by the measles virus. 2. The prognosis must always be interpreted with due prudence, in view of the fact that the long-term evolution is unknown. 3. The frequency of the condition may be higher than has been believed so far, which view is corroborated by the findings in SSPE. 4.(More)