visual-evoked potential

visual-evoked potential (VEP)

an evoked potential elicited by a repeatedly flashing light or a pattern stimulus. It may be used to confirm optic nerve or visual pathway damage.
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Visual-evoked potential (VEP) recordings represent a mass response of cortical and probably subcortical visual areas, and are used to assess the functional integrity of the visual pathway (2).
Visual-evoked potential abnormalities are detectable in children and adolescents with newly diagnosed diabetes, thus they might not necessarily only be a complication of longstanding diabetes mellitus.
Visual-evoked potential could be helpful for early detection of central nerve conduction changes and can be a useful tool in the subclinical stage of disease.
The earlier study confirmed that the visual-evoked potential (EP) of these workers were affected.
On pattern visual-evoked potential (pVEP) analysis, the p100 latency and amplitude were 112.
The median value of the latency of flash visual-evoked potentials was delayed, indicating axonal damage of the optic nerves.

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