Limits...
ISCEV guidelines for clinical multifocal electroretinography (2007 edition).

Hood DC, Bach M, Brigell M, Keating D, Kondo M, Lyons JS, Palmowski-Wolfe AM - Doc Ophthalmol (2007)

Bottom Line: This document specifies guidelines for performance of the test.It also provides detailed guidance on technical and practical issues, as well as on reporting test results.The main objective of the guidelines is to promote consistent quality of mfERG testing and reporting within and among centers.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Departmentsof Psychology, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. dch3@columbia.edu

ABSTRACT
The clinical multifocal electroretinogram (mfERG) is an electrophysiological test of local retinal function. With this technique, many local ERG responses, typically 61 or 103, are recorded from the cone-driven retina under light-adapted conditions. This document specifies guidelines for performance of the test. It also provides detailed guidance on technical and practical issues, as well as on reporting test results. The main objective of the guidelines is to promote consistent quality of mfERG testing and reporting within and among centers. These 2007 guidelines, from the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV: http://www.iscev.org ), replace the ISCEV guidelines for the mfERG published in 2003.

Show MeSH
Electrical noise. The trace array shows 60 Hz signals contaminating the responses
© Copyright Policy
Related In: Results  -  Collection


getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC2235911&req=5

FigA1: Electrical noise. The trace array shows 60 Hz signals contaminating the responses

Mentions: There are a number of artifacts that can complicate the recording or interpretation of the mfERG. We list and illustrate some of the more common ones below, along with brief suggestions for the avoidance and/or correction of these problems.


ISCEV guidelines for clinical multifocal electroretinography (2007 edition).

Hood DC, Bach M, Brigell M, Keating D, Kondo M, Lyons JS, Palmowski-Wolfe AM - Doc Ophthalmol (2007)

Electrical noise. The trace array shows 60 Hz signals contaminating the responses
© Copyright Policy
Related In: Results  -  Collection

Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC2235911&req=5

FigA1: Electrical noise. The trace array shows 60 Hz signals contaminating the responses
Mentions: There are a number of artifacts that can complicate the recording or interpretation of the mfERG. We list and illustrate some of the more common ones below, along with brief suggestions for the avoidance and/or correction of these problems.

Bottom Line: This document specifies guidelines for performance of the test.It also provides detailed guidance on technical and practical issues, as well as on reporting test results.The main objective of the guidelines is to promote consistent quality of mfERG testing and reporting within and among centers.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Departmentsof Psychology, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. dch3@columbia.edu

ABSTRACT
The clinical multifocal electroretinogram (mfERG) is an electrophysiological test of local retinal function. With this technique, many local ERG responses, typically 61 or 103, are recorded from the cone-driven retina under light-adapted conditions. This document specifies guidelines for performance of the test. It also provides detailed guidance on technical and practical issues, as well as on reporting test results. The main objective of the guidelines is to promote consistent quality of mfERG testing and reporting within and among centers. These 2007 guidelines, from the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV: http://www.iscev.org ), replace the ISCEV guidelines for the mfERG published in 2003.

Show MeSH