Seyed Masoud M. Shushtarian

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Visual Evoked potential (VEP) is one of the electrophysiological technique which is used by Neurologist and Ophthalmologist for better diagnosis of optic nerve fiber and visual cortex diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Optical neuritis and etc. Among the female patients used to contact the Qods electrophysiological laboratory, the authors observed the(More)
Objective: Sodium valproate or Depakine is a drug which is normally used in patients with Epilepsy .This drug has some side effects.The aim of present study is to survey the possible adverse effect of Depakine on retina using Electroretinogram (ERG) technique in patients referred to Basir advance eye research polyclinic. Methods and Materials: In a(More)
Damages caused by an intraocular foreign body (IOFB) to the visual system, mainly the retina, mostly occur during certain occupational activities. Turners are among the laborers who are mostly exposed to IOFB. The aim of the present work is to survey the effect of an IOFB on the visual system, mainly the retina. Fifty laborers of a turner factory who were(More)
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