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In recent years, there has been great interest in recording the pattern electroretinogram (PERG) in glaucomatous and diabetic populations. The Dawson, Trick, and Litzkow thread electrode (DTLTE) and the gold foil electrode (GFE), commonly used for recording PERGs, were compared for variations in amplitude of response, test-retest variability, and patient(More)
Loss of depression in one eye with contralateral loss of elevation is rare. It has been attributed to a subnuclear lesion of the oculomotor nerve nuclear complex. We present a patient with these signs who has an arteriovenous malformation occupying his rostral midbrain. We argue that attributing these findings to a subnuclear lesion of the oculomotor nerve(More)
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