Neural conduction in visual pathways in newly-diagnosed IDDM patients.

@article{Parisi1998NeuralCI,
  title={Neural conduction in visual pathways in newly-diagnosed IDDM patients.},
  author={Vincenzo Parisi and Luigi Uccioli and Leoluca Parisi and Gaspare Colacino and Gianluca Manni and Guido Menzinger and Massimo Gilberto Bucci},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={108 5},
  pages={
          490-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) show abnormal responses in newly-diagnosed insulin-dependent diabetic (IDDM) patients. Electrophysiological methods allow one to dissect and explore different structures contributing to neural conduction in the visual pathways. The aim of our work was to assess whether the VEP abnormalities are due to impaired function of the retinal layers and/or a delayed conduction in the postretinal visual pathways. METHODS Simultaneous recordings of VEP and… Expand
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