Maria M. van Genderen

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The minimum in the amplitude versus flash strength curve of dark-adapted 15 Hz electroretinograms (ERGs) has been attributed to interactions between the primary and secondary rod pathways. The 15 Hz ERGs can be used to examine the two rod pathways in patients. However, previous studies suggested that the cone-driven pathway also contributes to the 15 Hz(More)
The amplitude versus flash strength curve of 15 Hz electroretinograms (ERGs) shows two minima. The minima are caused by interactions between the primary and the secondary rod pathways (first minimum), and the secondary rod pathway and the cone-driven pathway (second minimum). Furthermore, cone pathway contributions cause higher-order harmonics to occur in(More)
Corneal endothelial permeability and aqueous humor dynamics were studied in 17 non-treated normal pressure glaucoma patients in order to analyse the relevance of these parameters in the pathophysiology of this disease. Corneal endothelial permeability and aqueous humor flow were measured by fluorophotometry and aqueous outflow facility was determined by(More)
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