Sensitivity and Specificity of Short Duration Transient Visual Evoked Potentials (SD-tVEP) in Discriminating Normal from Glaucomatous Eyes
|Progressive Loss of Retinal Ganglion Cell Function Precedes Structural Loss by Several Years in Glaucoma Suspects
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 20132
Conclusion: In patients who are glaucoma suspects, PERG signal anticipates an equivalent loss of OCT signal by several years. Read full study.
|Effect of different stimulus configurations on the visual evoked potential (VEP)
Documenta Ophthalmologica, 2012
Conclusion: The finding of VEP response linearity for the circular stimulus fields, and repeatability for all stimulus configurations, suggests that the clinician may be able to use the VEP technique with the suggested test patterns as a rapid and simple tool for objective assessment for several types of visual-field defects for a range of abnormal visual conditions and special populations. Read full study.
|Short Duration Transient Visual Evoked Potentials in Glaucomatous Eyes
Journal of Glaucoma, 2011
Conclusion: In cases of asymmetric glaucoma, SD-tVEP results correlate significantly with the level of VF damage as measured by MD. In the eyes with more advanced VF loss, reduced SD-tVEP amplitude was associated with decreased macular thickness on OCT. These findings suggest that SD-tVEP may be a fast and objective method to assess or screen for functional damage in glaucomatous eyes. Read full study.
|Short-duration transient visual evoked potential for objective measurement of refractive errors
Documenta Ophthalmologica, 2011
Conclusion: The VEP scoring system has a potential for objective screening of RE and for a more accurate 3-step objective refraction. Read full study.
|Repeatability of short-duration transient visual evoked potentials in normal subjects
Documenta Ophthalmologica, 2010
Conclusion: Short-duration transient VEP technology showed good within-session, inter-session repeatability, and good inter-eye correlation and agreement. Read full study.
|ISCEV standard for clinical visual evoked potentials (2009 update)
Documenta Ophthalmologica, 2010
Visual evoked potentials (VEPs) can provide important diagnostic information regarding the functional integrity of the visual system. This document updates the ISCEV standard for clinical VEP testing and supersedes the 2004 standard.Read full study.
|The Visual Evoked Potential in Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 1983
Conclusion: The finding that is of clinical importance is the presence of abnormally long VEP latencies in some patients with ocular hypertension. The abnormal prolongation of VEP latency in these eyes may reflect subclinical optic nerve lesions that have not been uncovered with other techniques. Read full study.
Retinoblastoma Detected by Preschool Vision Screening Using Visual-Evoked Potentials
|A New Visual Evoked Potential System for Visual Screening in Infants and Young Children
Journal of AAPOS, 2004
Conclusion: With its easy electrode placement and rapid, attractive stimulus, the new system (Enfant) overcomes technical difﬁculties which were associated with older VEP techniques. Read full study.
|Predicting Potential Acuities in Amblyopes
Documenta Ophthalmologica, 2007
Conclusion: The results indicate that pre-amblyopic therapy SVEP acuity can be a good predictor of post-amblyopic therapy Snellen acuity. Read full study.