Visual evoked potentials in relation to visual acuity in macular disease.

@article{Negishi2001VisualEP,
  title={Visual evoked potentials in relation to visual acuity in macular disease.},
  author={C Negishi and Michihiko Takasoh and Naoya Fujimoto and Yoshihiko Tsuyama and Emiko Adachi-Usami},
  journal={Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica},
  year={2001},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={271-6}
}
PURPOSE To investigate how central retinal function contributes to pattern visual evoked cortical potentials (PVECPs), we recorded transient and steady-state PVECPs in patients with macular disease and compared the results with those of patients with optic neuritis. The results were also evaluated for correlation with visual acuity and kinetic perimetric measurements. METHODS PVECPs to 3 rev/s stimulation (transient) and 12 rev/s stimulation (steady-state) for check sizes 15' and 30' were… CONTINUE READING

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