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Clinical electrophysiology of the eye: physiological modeling and parameter estimation
By: Li, Z.; Haupt, E.J.; Meyer, A.U.; Louis, H.; Lu, K.-G.;
1989 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Clinical electrophysiology of the eye: physiological modeling and parameter estimation ' Electroretinography and visual evoked potential testing include a variety of useful methods for clinical diagnosis of visual system function. At the authors' institution, mathematical modeling and parameter identification are used to provide standardized quantification for electrophysiological evaluation to assist in interpretation of results. These results form the basis for evaluation of disease states such as retinal damage in diabetes and central retinal vein occlusion, as well as for establishment of contrast sensitivity parameters. Detailed descriptions are given of the visual system modeling and interpretation work at the Electrophysiology Laboratory of the Eye Inst. of New Jersey.<
Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
Contrast Sensitivity Parameters
Visual Evoked Potential Testing