Electroretinograms from noncorneal electrodes.

@article{Tepas1962ElectroretinogramsFN,
  title={Electroretinograms from noncorneal electrodes.},
  author={Donald I Tepas and John Armington},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology},
  year={1962},
  volume={1},
  pages={784-6}
}
A. lthough it has long been known that retinal action currents are present, the electroretinogram (ERG) has not become the subject of detailed investigation in the human until recent years. Before Riggs demonstrated that the response might be easily recorded from an electrode supported by a contact lens, no satisfactory method for continuous recording from the human was available. This technique has greatly facilitated research, but use of a contact lens electrode limits the maximum length of… CONTINUE READING