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5 and 1 mm from the foveal center in patients with electroretinogram alterations without fundoscopic signs of retinotoxicity, and in age-matched controls.
12 The primary measure of outcome was a change in retinal flicker sensitivity as assessed using focal electroretinograms (fERGs).
1) Additionally, those with ASD tend to have abnormal electroretinograms, weak visual evoked potentials and atypical optokinetic nystagmus.
Retinal function was also assessed by detecting electroretinograms (ERGs) and electrical nerve signals from the retina.
The effect of quinine on the electroretinograms of children with pediatric cerebral malaria.
Supranormal electroretinogram in a 10-year-old girl with lead toxicity.
Human electroretinogram responses to video displays, fluorescent lighting and other high frequency sources.
Diagnostic tools used include brain MRI, DNA analysis, measurement of sialic acid content, electroretinogram, and ultrastructural analysis of biopsied material.