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

Visual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic Diseases

byE. SchmögerEditorJ. Kelsey

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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Title:Visual Electrodiagnosis in Systemic DiseasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:289 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400991827

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Table of Contents

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,.