Three-dimensional electromagnetic model of the human eye: advances towards the optimisation of electroretinographic signal detection

@article{Job1999ThreedimensionalEM,
  title={Three-dimensional electromagnetic model of the human eye: advances towards the optimisation of electroretinographic signal detection},
  author={Ms H. M. Job and David Keating and Aled Evans and Stuart Parks},
  journal={Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing},
  year={1999},
  volume={37},
  pages={710-719}
}
Classical electromagnetic theory is used to examine the topographical variation in electrical potentials over the corneal surface resulting from specific retinal stimuli. Results from a three-dimensional mathematical model show that over 97% of calculated electromagnetic field potentials lie within 3% of previous analytical model data for an axially symmetric case. Maps of corneal potentials are produced that are shown to be characteristic of specific retinal stimuli and location. The maximum… CONTINUE READING