This analysis led to the following conclusions: 1) the delayed response to pattern reversal (regarding C(II)) persists after ocular symptoms have subsided; 2) the chess-board pattern with elements of 15' of arc is a suitable method for clinical application; 3) steady-state examination is useful to supplement the diagnosis in case of a doubtful response.
|Translated title of the contribution||Visual evoked potentials to pattern reversal: analysis of responses to stimulation with various spatial and temporal frequences in normal subjects and in multiple sclerosis patients|
|Title of host publication||RIV. ITAL. ELETTROENCEFALOGR. NEUROFISIOL. CLIN.|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 1979|
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