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The proceedings of the 14th Symposium of the International Society for Clinical Retinography (ISCERG) have been published in English as an appealing, well-illustrated, hard-cover volume. The material is divided in three main topics; each topic is introduced by an invited lecturer (for visual-evoked response and psychophysics: L. Riggs; for electroretinography and psychophysics: J. C. Armington; and for electroretinography—clinical correlation: E. L. Berson), followed by 30 presentations on clinical applications and 15 presentations on basic science studies. The latter categories cover a wide range of topics, from technical improvement to clinical results, and among them is the calibration of ERG stimuli; a soft contact lens for ERG recording, DCERG, and DC-EOG recording; clinical application of bar pattern stimulation; and the EOG as a diagnostic test for choroidal melanoma. A variety of novel and useful suggestions is offered throughout the text.
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