A comparison between multifocal and conventional VEP latency changes secondary to glaucomatous damage.

@article{Grippo2006ACB,
  title={A comparison between multifocal and conventional VEP latency changes secondary to glaucomatous damage.},
  author={Tomas M. Grippo and Donald C. Hood and F{\'a}bio Nishimura Kanadani and Isaac C Ezon and Vivienne C. Greenstein and Jeffrey M. Liebmann and Robert Ritch},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 12},
  pages={5331-6}
}
PURPOSE To compare latencies of conventional visual evoked potentials (cVEPs) and multifocal VEPs (mfVEPs) in the same patients. Previous reports of prolonged cVEP latency suggest a vehicle for detecting abnormal ganglion cells and for monitoring neuroprotection. METHODS Seventy-five glaucomatous eyes (47 patients), 75 eyes with suspected glaucoma (46 patients), and 41 control eyes (22 subjects) underwent achromatic automated perimetry and mfVEP and cVEP testing. The mfVEP stimulus was a… CONTINUE READING
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