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  • Updated 06.25.2021
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Ophthalmic imaging and electrophysiological testing

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Overview

There are a few investigations which, though commonly used by ophthalmologists, are unfamiliar to most neurologists, and yet they can be useful in a neuro-ophthalmological practice. These include optical coherence tomography, autofluorescence, fluorescein angiography, B- and A-scan ultrasonography, visual evoked potential, and electroretinogram.

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