Pattern electroretinogram can be more than the sum of local luminance responses

Abstract

It is generally accepted that the pattern electroretinogram for very large spatial elements is the result of local luminance stimulation. Responses due to the luminance differences between elements may be assumed to be relatively unimportant because in the case of large elements only few retinal units are stimulated by gradients. With decreasing pattern… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00154411

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