9780824740689

Electrophysiology of Vision: Clinical Testing and Applications

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    9780824740689

  • ISBN10:

    0824740688

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-02-28
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Summary

Univ. of Miami School of Medicine, FL. Provides practical information on the clinical recording techniques, physiologic origins, and applications of electroretinogram (ERG) tests. Also covers electro-oculogram (EOG) and visual evoked potential (VEP) tests. Discusses clinical applications for these tests in ocular vascular disorders and non-organic visual loss.

Table of Contents

Preface iii
I. Clinical Recording Techniques
1. Full-Field Electroretinogram
1(64)
Clinical Use of Full-Field ERG
1(5)
Retinal Electrical Responses
6(1)
Clinical Recording of Full-Field ERG
6(14)
Physiologic Origin of the Full-Field ERG
20(4)
ERG Fluctuation Related to Circadian Rhythm
24(1)
Negative ERG-Selective Reduction of b-Wave
24(1)
Advanced Clinical Full-Field ERG Topics
25(13)
Specialized ERG Recordings and Waveforms
38(9)
Basic Retinal Anatomy and Physiology as Related to ERG
47(18)
2. Focal and Multifocal Electroretinogram
65(26)
Focal Electroretinogram
67(1)
Multifocal Electroretinogram
68(2)
Multifocal ERG Recording Environment and Patient Set-Up
70(1)
Multifocal ERG Stimulus
71(1)
Recording Multifocal ERG
71(3)
First-Order "Response" of Multifocal ERG
74(4)
Displaying Multifocal ERG Results
78(1)
Physiologic Blind Spot in Multifocal ERG
79(2)
Second-Order "Response" of the Multifocal ERG
81(2)
Specialized Multifocal ERG Techniques and Waveforms
83(8)
3. Pattern Electroretinogram
91(14)
Clinical Utility of Pattern ERG
91(2)
Basic Concepts and Physiologic Origins of Pattern ERG
93(5)
Clinical Recording of Pattern ERG
98(3)
Reporting Pattern ERG Results
101(4)
4. Electro-oculogram
105(18)
Physiologic Origins and Characteristics of EOG
105(6)
Clinical EOG Recording-Patient Set-Up
111(3)
Obtaining Light Peak and Dark Trough EOG Amplitudes
114(2)
EOG Amplitude Ratio-Arden Ratio
116(1)
Alternative EOG Method: Light-Peak to Dark-Adapted Baseline Amplitude Ratio
117(1)
Reporting the EOG Result
117(1)
Non-photic EOG Responses
118(1)
Fast Oscillations of the EOG
118(5)
5. Visual Evoked Potential
123(28)
Clinical Utility of VEP
123(16)
Specialized VEP Techniques
139(12)
6. Maturation, Aging, and Testing in Infants
151(34)
Maturation
152(4)
Delayed Visual Maturation
156(1)
Electrophysiologic Testing in Infants
156(3)
Estimating Visual Acuity in Infants
159(6)
Amblyopia
165(2)
Aging
167(5)
Gender
172(13)
II. Clinical Applications
7. Overview: Clinical Indications and Disease Classification
185(6)
Clinical Indications of Visual Electrophysiologic Tests
185(3)
Disease Classification
188(3)
8. Retinitis Pigmentosa and Pigmentary Retinopathies
191(52)
Retinitis Pigmentosa (Rod-Cone Dystrophy)
192(11)
Leber Congenital Amaurosis
203(1)
Usher Syndrome
204(2)
Bardet-Biedl Syndrome
206(2)
Refsum Syndrome
208(1)
Abetalipoproteinemia (Bassen-Kornzweig Syndrome)
209(1)
Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis
210(3)
Kearns-Sayre Syndrome: Mitochondrial Retinopathy
213(1)
Rubella Retinopathy
214(1)
Syphilitic Retinopathy
214(1)
Enhanced S-Cone Syndrome
215(3)
Goldmann-Favre Syndrome
218(1)
Dominant Late-Onset Retinal Degeneration
219(1)
Cone-Rod Dystrophy
219(4)
Alstrom Syndrome
223(20)
9. Stationary Night Blindness and Stationary Cone Dysfunction Disorders
243(34)
Stationary Night Blindness Disorders
244(17)
Stationary Cone Dysfunction Disorders
261(16)
10. Macular Disorders
277(54)
Age-Related Macular Degeneration
278(1)
Macular Degeneration-Autosomal Dominant, Recessive
279(1)
Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
280(3)
Doyne Honeycomb Retinal Dystrophy/Malattia Leventinese
283(1)
Stargardt Macular Dystrophy-Fundus Flavimaculatus
284(6)
Best Vitelliform Macular Dystrophy
290(3)
Cone Dystrophy
293(2)
Central Cone Dystrophy (Occult Macular Dystrophy)
295(2)
Peripheral Cone Dystrophy
297(1)
Cone Dystrophy with Supernormal and Delayed Rod ERG (Supernormal and Delayed Rod ERG Syndrome)
297(1)
Sorsby Fundus Dystrophy
298(4)
Pattern Dystrophy
302(1)
X-Linked Retinoschisis
303(4)
Central Areolar Choroidal Dystrophy
307(1)
North Carolina Macular Dystrophy (Central Areolar Pigment Epithelial Dystrophy)
308(1)
Progressive Bifocal Chorioretinal Atrophy
309(1)
Fenestrated Sheen Macular Dystrophy
309(1)
Familial Internal Limiting Membrane Dystrophy
310(21)
11. Chorioretinal Disorders
331(12)
Choroideremia
331(3)
Gyrate Atrophy
334(2)
Hereditary Choroidal Atrophy
336(1)
Helicoid Peripapillary Chorioretinal Degeneration
337(2)
Pigmented Paravenous Retinochoroidal Atrophy
339(4)
12. Vitreoretinal Disorders
343(8)
Stickler Syndrome
344(1)
Wagner Vitreoretinopathy
345(1)
Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy
346(1)
Autosomal Dominant Vitreoretinochoroidopathy
347(1)
Autosomal Dominant Neovascular Inflammatory Vitreoretinopathy
347(4)
13. Inflammatory and Immune-Related Ocular Disorders
351(26)
Inflammatory Retinal Disorders
352(8)
Zonal Inflammatory Retinal Disorders
360(7)
Paraneoplastic and Immune-Related Retinopathies
367(10)
14. Ocular Vascular Disorders
377(30)
Vascular Occlusions
379(13)
Other Proliferative Neovascular Disorders
392(5)
Other Ocular Vascular Disorders
397(10)
15. Nutritional, Toxic, and Pharmacologic Effects
407(42)
Vitamin A Deficiency
408(2)
Nutritional Optic Neuropathy
410(1)
Metallic Intraocular Foreign Bodies-Ocular Siderosis
411(3)
Methanol Poisoning
414(1)
Synthetic Retinoids-Isotretinoin (AccutaneŽ)
415(1)
Chloroquine/Hydroxychloroquine
415(4)
hioridazine (MellarilŽ), Chlorpromazine, and Other Phenothiazines
419(2)
Quinine
421(4)
Deferoxamine (Desferrioxamine)
425(3)
Vigabatrin
428(3)
Sildenafil (ViagraŽ)
431(1)
Gentamicin
432(1)
Ethambutol
433(1)
Cisplatin
434(1)
Indomethacin
435(14)
16. Non-Organic Visual Loss and Other Ocular and Systemic Disorders
449(24)
Non-Organic Visual Loss
450(2)
Ocular Disorders
452(6)
Systemic Disorders
458(15)
17. Optic Neuropathies and Central Nervous System Disorders
473(34)
Optic Neuropathies
474(13)
Central Nervous System Disorders
487(20)
Index 507

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