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Elektrophysiologie bei Metallosen (Einleitungsreferat)

  • E. Alexandridis
Part of the Symposien der Deutschen Ophthalmologischen Gesellschaft book series (OPH.GES.)

Zusammenfassung

Seit 1948 wissen wir, durch Karpe, daß eine beginnende Metallose mit Hilfe der Elektroretinographie frühzeitig diagnostiziert werden kann. Den ersten Angaben von Karpe (1948) folgte eine Fülle von Publikationen über elektroretinographische Befunde bei Metallosen (Schmöger, 1956; Karpe, 1957; Jacobson, 1961; Straub, 1961; Kozousek, 1965; Gorgone, 1966; Imaizumi, 1968; Knave, 1969; François et al. 1970; Jayle et al., 1970). Neben der Elektroretinographie wurde, mit ihrer Einführung in die Ophthalmologie als Routineuntersuchungsmethode, allmählich auch die Elektrookulographie zur Untersuchung der Metallosen herangezogen (François et al., 1957; Heck u. Pabst, 1957; Imaizumi, 1968; Müller et al., 1974).

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© J. F. Bergmann-Verlag, München 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Alexandridis
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  1. 1.Univ.-AugenklinikHeidelbergDeutschland

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