The oscillatory potential of the human electroretinogram is present most prominently when an intense white stimulus is used. This component of the ERG is distinct from the a-, b-photopic and b-scotopic components and each of these components is relatively selectively affected by disease states. Most strikingly in diabetes the oscillatory potential is markedly reduced while the other components are normal.
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