Electrostimulation of the human eye adapted to monochromatic light, by using exponentially increasing current.

  • Masayasu Sato
  • Published 1958 in The Japanese journal of physiology
The accommodation process of the human retina to the electric current was first investigated by Motokawa and Iwama (3) by means of Hill's standard method using exponentially increasing currents as stimuli. Lately Sato, Suzuki and Akihama (5) studied again in detail the accommodation of the human retina. adapted to various intensity levels of white light, by… CONTINUE READING