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(ɪˌlɛk troʊˈrɛt n əˌgræm)

the graphic record obtained by an electroretinograph.
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Noun1.electroretinogram - a graphical recording of the electrical activity of the retina that results when light is flashed into the eye
graph, graphical record - a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes
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The main outcome was the mean exponential rates of change of full-field cone electroretinogram amplitude to 30-Hz flashes.
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However, further researches with longitudinal study design and incorporating the pattern electroretinogram assessment are warranted.
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Previous studies have shown decreased retinal function on multifocal electroretinogram and visual field sensitivity after ILM peeling [21,29].
Studies using IPSCs in rats have reported improvement in retinal functions assessed with electroretinogram (ERG).
On clinical examination, changes in the affected retina include a pale optic disc, attenuated vasculature, pigmentary deposits appearing as bony spicules, atrophic retinal tissue and an abnormal electroretinogram (ERG) response.
The electroretinogram (ERG) can provide a full assessment of retinal function including the macula.