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Phosphenelectrodiagnostics in ophthalmology: monograph. Ponomarchuk V.S.


Phosphenelectrodiagnostics in ophthalmology: monograph. Ponomarchuk V.S.

The monograph presents the results of a study of the clinical efficacy of the method of phosphenelectrodiagnostics, based on the entoptic phenomenon of phosphene - the appearance of a luminous sensation in the eye when exposed to electric current. The unique data on electrical sensitivity and lability of the visual analyzer in healthy individuals and patients with various ophthalmopathology are presented.

For ophthalmologists, ophthalmosurgeons, neuropathologists, neurosurgeons.

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