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The electrical potentials are then presented on an oscilloscope screen. Diagnostic ultrasonography projects high frequency sound through soft tissues. The sound waves are partially reflected at various tissue interfaces. The reflections are recorded as either echo spikes (A-scan) or brightness dots (B-scan). Both of these interpretations allow for evaluation of posterior segment structures such as vitreous, choroid, and retina through opaque media. Clinical Features Ophthalmic ultrasonography is used for a variety of purposes including measurement of axial length (A-scan), corneal pachymetry (A-scan), diagnostic B-scan, and standardized echography.
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Side Effects As the EOG does not use a corneal contact lens, the possibilities of surface irritation and corneal abrasion are minimized. The EOG may be useful in pediatric patients and in some adult patients unable to tolerate the ERG. C H A P T E R A patient’s view of the ganzfeld dome during electrooculography. Note the two dark fixation lights 30° apart. 2 Ancillary Testing for Retinal and Choroidal Diseases Demonstration of a young child with Best’s disease participating in an electro-oculographic study.