The pattern electroretinogram obtained in patients affected by multiple sclerosis were compared with those in a normal population. The pattern electroretinogram amplitude in multiple sclerosis optic neuritis frequently appeared normal, but pattern electroretinogram amplitude abnormalities were found in patients suffering from recurrent multiple sclerosis optic neuritis. Pattern electroretinogram examination appears a useful method in the differential diagnosis between axonal and demyelinating optic nerve impairment.
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