Kim, Stimulatory Effects of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles on Visual Sensitivity and Electroretinography
b-waves in the Bullfrog Eye, J.
Comparison of different screening methods for chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine retinopathy: multifocal electroretinography
, color vision, perimetry, ophthalmoscopy, and fluorescein angiography.
In the electroretinography
, the amplitudes of a- and b-waves kept diminishing in an ischemia time-dependent manner.
The global electrodes for medical devices market segmentation is based on product types (diagnostic electrodes for medical devices, electrocardiography electrodes, electroencephalography electrodes, electromyography electrodes, electroretinography
electrodes, fetal scalp electrodes, therapeutic electrodes for medical devices, transcutaneous electric nerve stimulators electrodes, pacemaker electrodes, defibrillator electrodes, electrosurgical electrodes).
(ERG) is useful adjunct test for diagnosis of retinal dystrophies and for pre-operative evaluation of retinal functions in conjunction with cataract surgery.
and marked variability in clinical phenotype of Alstrom syndrome.
Also, animals were submitted to ocular ultrasonography (UltraScan Imaging System[R]-Alcon do Brasil AS, Brazil) and electroretinography
(Handheld Multi-species ERG[R]-RetVetCorp, Colombia).
, a standard method for measuring retinal function, the researchers found that the visual function of the mice improved after treatment and the effect was long lasting.
Having students see ultrasound or electroretinography
performed on wildlife species shows them how their skills as veterinarians can be applied to a range of species and makes the investment in that equipment worthwhile.
Similar findings from electroretinography
of the land crab Gecarcinus lateralis (Lall and Cronin, 1987) and the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei (Barth et al.
(ERG) typically shows reduced b-wave and normal a-wave, indicative of a defect in the inner retinal layers.