Electrophysiology Hits the Clinic
Current diagnostic methods for visual tests and imaging work are great, but can you obtain improved diagnoses with the addition of electrophysiological tests? For me, the answer is clear – after all, electrophysiology is no longer simply the domain of research institutes.
Mark Latina |
At a Glance
- Electrophysiological testing, such as visually evoked potentials (VEP) and electroretinography (ERG), provide an objective analysis of the functionality of the neuro-visual pathway
- Fast, targeted testing, and easily interpretable results now make it feasible to conduct these tests in the clinic • Along with clinical examinations, electrophysiological testing can aid diagnosis of visual disease and help direct treatment plans
- Electrophysiological testing can also provide insight on the efficacy of therapy
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