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Visual evoked potentials in the assessment of patients with non-functioning chromophobe adenomas.
  1. G E Holder,
  2. P R Bullock
  1. Regional Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Brook General Hospital, London, UK.


    The results of visual evoked potential (VEP) examination in 34 patients with histologically confirmed chromophobe adenoma are described and discussed in relation to the clinical, radiological and surgical findings. The VEP is shown to be a reliable method of assessing the function of the intracranial visual pathways which is often more sensitive than conventional methods of examination.

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