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16. Pattern reversal visual evoked responses – Stimulation patterns revisited

Conclusion: In optic neuritis, large check central field stimulation can show a greater extent of abnormality than can be appreciated in full field stimulation alone. Previously reported sex differences with smaller check size were also noted with this method.Significance: Our findings show that central fields, even with large check sizes, are a useful adjunct to stimulation protocols in the investigation of optic neuritis and that it is best to use separate normative values for males and females. (Source: Clinical Neurophysiology)

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