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Electrophysiological evaluation of the stiles crawford effect


, : Electrophysiological evaluation of the stiles crawford effect. Annali di Ottalmologia e Clinica Oculistica 111(9): 767-774

In this work the authors report the measurement of the Stiles-Crawford effect by the recordings of the Visual Evoked Potentials, in order to have a further objective demonstration of this phenomenon and to contribute to the performance of a clinical instrument which can be used to study the variations of the Stiles-Crawford effect in pathology. According to the recordings, the authors show that Stiles-Crawford effect is detectable by the V.E.P.; the method, appropriately improved, can be utilized to obtain an effective clinical instrument.

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