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Electrophysiological research in patients exposed to high environmental concentrations of carbon monoxide


, : Electrophysiological research in patients exposed to high environmental concentrations of carbon monoxide. Bollettino di Oculistica 67(2): 329-334

The authors recorded the electroretinogram in ten patients exposed to high environmental concentrations of carbon monoxide. In 50% of the cases a reduction in the amplitude of the electroretinographic b-wave and a reduction in the amplitude of the oscillatory potentials was observed. They think the observed electroretinographic and P.O. alterations may be attributed to the retina anoxia produced by carbon monoxide.

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