Roland Gockeln

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The multifocal ERG using the m-sequence stimulation technique allows the derivation of 61 - 241 local ERG signals in a central visual field of about 60 degree diameter in a short time between 4 and 16 min. A recording in a light adapted state offers local information comparable to cone responses in the full-field ERG. Retinal functional losses due to(More)
BACKGROUND Subjects with different binocular defects were tested for their stereoscopic achievement. The determination of the subjects limiting disparity (in seconds of arc) was not used to characterize their stereoscopic acuity, but the subjective depth perception as a simple clinical method. METHODS 52 subjects with different binocular defects and 21(More)
The LEW/Ztm-ci2 rat is an animal model for syndromal deafness that arose from a spontaneous mutation. Homozygous animals show locomotor abnormalities like lateralized circling behavior. Additionally, an impaired vision can be observed in some animals through behavioral studies. Syndromal deafness as well as retinal degeneration are features of the Usher(More)
Morbus Usher (USH), a combination of sensorineural hearing loss and retinal visual impairment, is classified into group I-III. USH I patients are born deaf. Within the first 10 years of life, they develop a severe vision impairment due to progressive retinal dystrophy (retinitis pigmentosa). USH I patients show vestibular deficits. The incidence of USH I(More)
BACKGROUND Stereotests based on random distribution pattern (global stereopsis) show disadvantages when giving larger disparation, because subjects with limited fusion-ability do not recognize them, while realistic shapes of objects (contour stereopsis) are usually fused. Because of this random dot tests can not always be utilized to verify subnormal(More)
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