Pattern electroretinogram: Use of noncorneal skin electrodes

@article{Leguire1985PatternEU,
  title={Pattern electroretinogram: Use of noncorneal skin electrodes},
  author={Lawrence E. Leguire and G. L. Rogers},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1985},
  volume={25},
  pages={867-870}
}
Pattern electroretinograms (ERGs) were recorded in three adults by a noncorneal electrode technique: silver-silver chloride skin electrodes attached to the inferior orbit of the left eye while the subject monocularly viewed a high contrast checker-board that reversed in contrast at a rate of 10 Hz. Recordings revealed pattern ERGs with an average amplitude of 1.5 microV. In addition, pattern ERGs were recorded as a function of spatial frequency and contrast of a square-wave grating. The results… CONTINUE READING

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