Visual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic Diseases by E. SchmögerVisual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic Diseases by E. Schmöger

Visual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic Diseases

byE. SchmögerEditorJ. Kelsey

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The research workers at the Eye Clinic of the Medical Academy of Erfurt are proud of having been entrusted, for the second time, with the organization of the yearly ISCEV symposium. Twelve years ago the 6th Symposium was held in Erfurt. This time we turned to Reinhardsbrunn, an old castle situated in the vicinity of Erfurt on the fringes of the wonderful mountainscape of the Thuringian Forest. Reinhardsbrunn castle serves today as a holiday hotel and convention place. It seemed to us to be the right place for carrying on the discussions in a comfortable and informal way after the actual sessions were over. Comparing the scientific reports read at the 6th and 17th Symposium, both organized in Erfurt, one readily becomes aware of the impressive advances in our rapidly developing field of interest. The technical and, more specifically, the electronic advancements have been enormous, especially in the field of recording and processing the visually evoked cortical potentials-. Adually, the addition of this special field of study to our realm, led to the renaming of the Society some years ago. Moreover, it became more and more obvious that interdisciplinary cooperation between ophthalmologists, physiologists, physi­ cists, technologists and mathematicians is essential. This is also reflected in the composition of our membership.
Title:Visual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic DiseasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:289 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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One: Visual electrodiagnosis in systemic diseases.- 1. ERG and EOG in systemic diseases (Main report),.- 2. Electrophysiological studies in Groenblad-Strandberg syndrome,.- 3. ERG and EOG in scleroderma,.- 4. Electrophysiological examination and cine-angiofluorographic study of vasculopathies in man,.- 5. ERG and EOG in carotid artery occlusion disease.- 6. Electroretinographic findings in retinal vascular obstructions,.- 7. Electroretinography and chronoperimetry in treatment of diabetic retinopathy by drugs and light coagulation,.- 8. ERGs in streptozotocin-diabetic rats under different insulin regimens,.- 9. The significance of some electrophysiological methods in the diagnosis of the diabetic retinopathy.- 10. Why do corticosteroids increase the ERG amplitude? An experimental study in rabbits.- 11. The effects of aldosterone on the C-wave of the rabbit,.- 12. ERG of Behçet's disease and its diagnostic significance,.- 13. Studies on the early receptor potential in the human eye. VIII: ERP in Behçet's disease,.- 14. Electroretinographic, electrooculographic and visually evoked response findings in Adamantiadis-Behçet's disease.- 15. Some characteristics of visual evoked potentials in patients with periodic disease.- 16. Visual evoked potentials and pathology in relapsing experimental allergic encephalomyelitis,.- 17. The interest of electroretinography in Parkinsonism,.- 18. Computor assisted evaluation of clinically applied VEP in some ophthalmological and neurological diseases,.- 19. ERG variations in myotonic dystrophy (Steinert's).- 20. ERG in some inborn errors of metabolism.- 21. Clinical and electrooculographic findings in cases of regular haemodialysis.- 22. ERG in patients with chronic nephropathy,.- 23. Logistic function in the analysis of the ERG in dialysed patients.- 24. Chronic haemodialysis and ERG.- 25. Electroretinographic studies in patients after renal transplantation,.- 26. Investigation by means of VECP in patients with chronic nephropathy.- Two: Visual electrophysiology and localized stimulation.- 27. Localization of distal retinal activity with the transretinal ERG. Development of a rapid procedure.- 28. ERG by localised sinusoidal stimulation.- 29. The local ERG with laser and light emitting diodes stimulation, by P. Mierdel, A. I. Bogoslowski, A. A. Kaban, E. Marré and A..- 30. The laser electroretinogram and its significance in the investigation of the functional state of retinal macular region,.- 31. Early potentials evoked by macular stimulation: Optic nerve potentials,.- 32. Multispot stimuli reveal spatial organization in the human electroretinogram (ERG),.- 33. Human fast retinal potentials studied with pattern reversal stimuli,.- 34. Stimulus field, element size and human visually evoked cortical potentials,.- 35. Visually evoked scalp potential fields in hemiretinal stimulation,.- 36. Amplitude fluctuations of the monocular checkerboard VER caused by binocular rivalry,.- 37. Asymmetric pattern evoked responses and stimulus parameters.- 38. Simultaneously recorded retinal and cortical potentials elicited by checkerboard stimuli.- 39. Experience and results of Perimetric investigation by means of VECP,.- 40. A new perimeter for electroperimetry,.- 41. First experience gathered in computer-aided detection of electroperimetry, VECP.- 42. An attempt to computer-aided detection of VECP for electroperimetry,.- 43. Sensitivity of Snellen, VER and Arden grating acuity estimations as indicators of macular and optic nerve diseases,.