The electroretinographic response to weak stimuli of large subtense


If a stimulus of large subtense and low intensity, e.g. 100 times above the absolute visual threshold, is presented to the dark adapted eye, the resulting ERG-response shows several fast positive components, followed by a slow negative deflection. The number of the positive components depends mainly on the duration of the flash. The first component is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00165428

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