Unilateral light–dark transitions affect choroidal blood flow in both eyes

@article{FuchsjaegerMayrl2001UnilateralLT,
  title={Unilateral light–dark transitions affect choroidal blood flow in both eyes},
  author={Gabriele Fuchsjaeger-Mayrl and Elzbieta A. Polska and Magdalena Malec and Leopold Schmetterer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={41},
  pages={2919-2924}
}
There is recent evidence that the perfusion of the choroid changes during dark-light transitions. We set out to investigate this response in more detail and to elucidate possible mechanisms involved in this process. For this purpose, the effect of dark-light transitions on choroidal perfusion was studied in healthy subjects. Choroidal blood flow and ocular fundus pulsation amplitude were measured as indices of choroidal perfusion during dark-light transitions using laser Doppler flowmetry and… CONTINUE READING

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