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James Kundart, O.D., M.Ed., F.A.A.O.

Expansion of the puzzle on electro-oculograms and electroretinograms to include visually-evoked potentials

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3.This is the only type of ERg that tests the ganglion cells
5.A single layer of cells that greatly contributes to the standing potential of the eye
9.A macular scar will show up on this electrodiagnostic test
10.This part of the eye that has a positive charge (+6 mV in EOG)
1.A connective cell that allows ions to travel between the reintal layers
2.A retinal disease that will show an abnormal EOG and normal ERG
4.The light rise divided by the dark trough on EOG
5.On flash ERG, this peak has a smaller amplitude and latency
6.Important piece of equipment (shown in class) needed for flash ERG testing
7.According to Dr. Yudcovitch, this type of skin resistance should be below 2 kOhms for electrodiagnostics
8.Takes 8 minutes or so to generate this EOG peak

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