Binocular facilitation of cone-specific visual evoked potentials in colour deficiency.

@article{Rabin2018BinocularFO,
  title={Binocular facilitation of cone-specific visual evoked potentials in colour deficiency.},
  author={Jeff C. Rabin and Andrew C. Kryder and Dan Lam},
  journal={Clinical & experimental optometry},
  year={2018},
  volume={101 1},
  pages={69-72}
}
BACKGROUND Neural compensatory mechanisms have been proposed, which preserve the binocular visual field in glaucoma, as well as cognition in Alzheimer's disease and motor function in Parkinson's disease. It is conceivable that comparable mechanisms operate to preserve function in congenital and/or dystrophic disease. In hereditary colour vision deficiency (CVD), we observed significant facilitation in the amplitude of the binocular cone-specific visual evoked potential (VEP) compared to the… CONTINUE READING