Normalisation of visual evoked potentials after optic neuritis

  title={Normalisation of visual evoked potentials after optic neuritis},
  author={Rudy R. Hidajat and David H. Goode},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
Normalisation of the visual evoked potential (VEP) in patients with optic neuritis (ON) appears to be a rare phenomenon. However, although several workers have indicated that it can happen, they have not followed up with subsequent VEP tests to confirm how long the VEP latency of the affected eye remains in the normal range. To resolve this, 18 patients with a clinical diagnosis of acute unilateral ON were followed for 5 years with repeated VEP tests to determine if the latency of the P2 wave… CONTINUE READING

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