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Visually Evoked Potentials 05/12/2014

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Title:  Visually Evoked Potentials

Author:  Donnell Creel

Date:  05/12/2014

Keywords/Main Subjects: Visually evoked potentials; VEPs; Retinal electrophysiology; Optic neuritis; Neurofibromatosis; Cerebral palsy; Orbital mass; Neuroblastoma; Orbital fracture; Ethambutol; Meningeal tuberculosis; Aicardi syndrome; Ischemic optic neuropathy; Optic nerve glioma;
Diagnosis: Multiple – Optic neuritis; Neurofibromatosis; Cerebral palsy; Orbital mass; Neuroblastoma; Orbital fracture; Ethambutol; Meningeal tuberculosis; Aicardi syndrome; Ischemic optic neuropathy; Optic nerve glioma

Secondary CORE Category: Retina and VitreousRetinal Physiology and Psychophysics / Cortical Evoked Potentials

Brief Description: This is a powerpoint presentation of visual evoked potentials. It discusses the generation of VEPs and the types of VEPS. Case studies with VEPS are shown for the following conditions: optic neuritis, neurofibromatosis type 1, cerebral palsy, orbital mass, neuroblastoma, orbital fracture, optic nerve pallor, ethambutol toxicity, meningeal tuberculosis, and Aicardi syndrome. Multifocal VEPs are also discussed. Cases shown using multifocal VEPs include: Ischemic optic neuropathy, and optic nerve glioma. Links to the visually evoked potential portion of Webvision are presented.

Format: PowerPoint

Series: Moran Eye Center Resident Lectures
 
Identifier: Moran_CORE_17745

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