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Electrophysiology of Vision
Clinical Testing and Applications

Edited By

Byron L. Lam




ISBN 9780824740689
Published February 28, 2005 by CRC Press
528 Pages

 
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Book Description

Written by an experienced clinician and researcher in the field, this reference provides practical information on the clinical recording techniques, physiologic origins, and applications of electroretinogram (ERG), electro-oculogram (EOG), and visual evoked potential (VEP) tests.

Table of Contents

Clinical Recording Techniques and Physiologic Origins. Full-Field Electroretinogram. Focal and Multifocal Electroretinogram. Pattern Electroretinogram. Electro-Oculography (EOG). Visual Evoked Potential (VEP). Maturation, Aging, and Testing in Infants. Clinical Applications of ERG, EOG, and VEP. Overview: Clinical Indications and Disease Classification. Retinitis Pigmentosa and Pigmentary Retinopathies. Stationary Night Blindness and Stationary Cone Dysfunction. Macular Disorders. Chorioretinal Disorders. Vitreoretinal Disorders. Inflammatory and Immune-Related Ocular Disorders. Ocular Vascular Disorders. Non-Organic Visual Loss and Other Ocular and Systemic Disorders. Glaucoma, Optic Neuropathies, and Central Nervous System Disorders

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"…Byron Lam has succeeded with his book in presenting the whole field of clinical electrophysiology in a comprehensive way, while simultaneously his presentastion reaches the depth and intensity that is necessary for the understanding of this complex matter….Without any hesitation, this book can be recommended to anyone who is interested in electrophysiology of
vision; to ophthalmologists who are not greatly involved in the matter but want to learn more on electrophysiology than what is usually presented in textbooks on ophthalmology. Because of its completeness, the book can be also recommended to ophthalmologists or neurophysiologists already working in the field."
-Graefes Archive Book Review