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Disease relevance of Electroretinography


High impact information on Electroretinography


Chemical compound and disease context of Electroretinography


Biological context of Electroretinography


Anatomical context of Electroretinography

  • Adult mice with induced expression of Ang1 ubiquitously, or specifically in the retina, appeared normal and had no identifiable changes in retinal or choroidal blood vessels or in retinal function as assessed by electroretinography [20].
  • The reduction in b-wave amplitudes by electroretinography were well correlated with the degree of photoreceptor degeneration, but not outer-segment dysplasia in these different rds mutants [21].
  • METHODS: The LED was evaluated by comparing its effectiveness with that of cool white fluorescent light (CWF) in suppressing pineal gland melatonin content and maintaining normal retinal physiology, as evaluated by use of electroretinography (ERG), and morphology [22].
  • (Two readings reflect Medelec readings before and after computer adjustments.) This study demonstrates by electroretinography significant retinal ischaemia in the presence of normal fluorescein angiography in patients with proven carotid artery disease [23].

Associations of Electroretinography with chemical compounds


Gene context of Electroretinography


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Electroretinography


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