Role of electroretinography in investigation of impaired visual function in childhood.

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Visual function is difficult to assess in young children because their limited ability to understand and communicate determines the necessity of adopting, to a large extent, objective methods of examination and investigation (Harcourt and Wybar, 1966). This also applies sometimes to older children who are not sufficiently co-operative in their subjective… (More)

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@article{Wybar1968RoleOE, title={Role of electroretinography in investigation of impaired visual function in childhood.}, author={K C Wybar and Brian H. Harcourt}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood}, year={1968}, volume={43 232}, pages={658-64} }