Jun-ichi Mochizuki

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PURPOSE To compare circadian changes of systemic circulation in patients with normal tension glaucoma (NTG) and normal subjects. METHODS Forty-three patients with NTG and 226 normal subjects were enrolled in this study. Circulatory parameters, including blood pressure (BP) and pulse rate (PR), were measured in all subjects for 49 hours using an ambulatory(More)
BACKGROUND It is generally stated that opacities of the ocular media, including senile cataract, have little effect on the electrical responses of the retina. However, lower amplitudes and longer implicit times are sometimes observed in electroretinograms (ERGs) of patients with mature cataract. METHODS Single flash ERGs of mature cataractous eyes with(More)
The eye movement associated with blinking was studied with a magnetic search coil method. Lid movements and eye movements associated with spontaneous blinks, voluntary blinks, and reflex blinks induced by puffs of air or flashes of light were analysed. Eye movements associated with spontaneous blinks and voluntary blinks had initial downward and adducted(More)
The eye movement during prolonged eye closure and the following eye opening has not been studied precisely. In the present study we evaluated the eye movement during prolonged eye closure and the following eye opening using a magnetic search oil method. In a bright room, the exact moment of recognizing a visual target during eye opening could not be(More)
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