Case #46 – Clinical Applications of VEPs

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Case 4: Diopsys™ Nova-DN OU The VEPs are normal under other conditions as well. Here very small checks (128x128 checkerboard) were pattern reversed once per second for 60 sec in each eye. Such VEPs suggest normal corrected VA in each eye.

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Case 4: Diopsys™ Nova-DN OU Case 4: 31-year-old WF was referred for evaluation of visual sequale due to acquired brain injury incurred 4 years earlier. She was diagnosed with anoxic encephalopathy and has since remained perceptually and cognitively impaired. Her pre-incident memory is very spotty. BCVA is 20/100- OD and 20/100- OS

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Case 3: Optovue iWellness Exam The GCC "green donut" looks completely normal in the right eye. The thickness measurements are all within normal limits and symmetric with the normal left eye.

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Case 3: Topcon 3D OCT Raster Scan OD The PIL is intact and normal under the foveal pit and throughout the 6mm scan in this near horizontal section. The RNFL in the papillo-macula bundle also appears intact. Inspection of all the other layers of the retina appear within normal limits as well. Hence,

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Case 3: Topcon 3D OCT Fundus Photo OD The fundus of the right eye appears normal and is essentially a mirror image of the fundus of the normal left eye.

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Case 3: Topcon 3D OCT Photo OD Case 3: A 31-year-old Hispanic male had an accident at work 6 months earlier and reports that a nail from a nail gun entered his right eye. His cornea was lacerated superiorly and then sutured. A traumatic cataract developed which was then removed. Since the accident

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