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G. Iacob and Andreea Marinescu

), 492-513 21.Symonds C.P. - "Otitic hydrocephalus", Brain 1931, 54 (3705), 55-71 22.Horton JC, Lawton MT, McDermott MW - "Idiopathic intracranial hypertension", Neurosurgery 2004, 54 (3), 538-51; discussion 551-2 23.Acheson JF - "Idiopathic intracranial hypertension and visual function", British Medical Bulletin 2006, 79-80 (1), 233-44 24.Iencean S.M. - Idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Review and hypothesis of the pathogenesis, Res J Med and Medical Sciences, 2006, 1, 104-108 25

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Piotr Lesiakowski, Wojciech Lubiński and Teresa Zwierko

References 1. Jin H., Xu G., Zhang J.X., Ye Z., Wang S., Zhao L. et al. (2010). Athletic training in badminton players modulates the early C1 component of visual evoked potentials: A preliminary investigation. International Journal of Psychophysiology 78, 308-314. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2010.09.005. 2. Zwierko T., Lubiński W., Lesiakowski P., Steciuk H., Piasecki L., Krzepota J. (2014). Does athletic training in volleyball modulate the components of visual evoked potentials? A preliminary investigation. Journal of Sports

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Teresa Zwierko, Wieslaw Osinski, Wojciech Lubinski, Damian Czepita and Beata Florkiewicz

References Allison T., Wood C. C., Goff W. R. Brain stem auditory, pattern-reversal visual, and short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials: latencies in relation to age, sex, and brain and body size. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol , 1983. 55: 619-36 Ando S., Kida N., Oda S. Central and peripheral visual reaction time of soccer players and nonathletes. Percept Mot Skills , 2001. 92 (3): 786-794 Bhanot J. L., Sindu L. S. Comparative study of reaction time in Indian

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Andi Abeshi, Alice Bruson, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Benedetto Falsini and Matteo Bertelli


We studied the scientific literature and disease guidelines in order to summarize the clinical utility of the genetic test for optic atrophy (OA). OA is mostly inherited in an autosomal dominant manner, rarely in an autosomal recessive manner, with an overall prevalence of 3/100,000 live births. It is caused by mutations in the OPA1, OPA3 and TMEM126A genes. Clinical diagnosis is based on clinical findings, ophthalmological examination, OCT, visual evoked potentials (VEPs) and electroretinography. The genetic test is useful for confirming diagnosis, differential diagnosis, couple risk assessment and access to clinical trials.

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Daina Pastare, Ieva Ķire, Renārs Erts, Guna Laganovska and Andrejs Millers

., Comi, G., Leocani, L. (2014). Optical coherence tomography and visual evoked potentials: Which is more sensitive in multiple sclerosis? Mult. Scler., 20 (10), 1342-1347. Fatehi, F., Shaygannejad, V., Mehr, L. K., Dehghani, A. (2012). Optical coherence tomography versus visual evoked potential in multiple sclerosis patients. Iran J. Neurol., 11 (1), 12-15. Fernandez, O. (2013). Integrating the tools for an individualized prognosis in multiple sclerosis. J. Neurol. Sci., 331 (1-2), 10-13. Fisher, J. B., Jacobs, D. A

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S. Slica, G. Ikaunieks and D. Rinkus

update). ISCEV standard for clinical visual evoked potentials. Doc Ophthalmol. 120 (1), 111-9. Evans, D. W. (2005) FDA UPDATE: Contrast sensitivity testing standards. Ophthalmology management. In: Ikaunieks, G., Ozolinsh, M., Stepanovs, A., Lejiete, V. & Reva, N. (2009). Factors influencing light scattering in the eye. Latv. J. Phys. Tec. Sci. , 46 (?), 37-42.

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M. Byczuk, P. Poryzała and A. Materka

Letters 42 (6), 321-322 (2006). [7] A. Materka, M. Byczuk, and P. Poryzała, “A virtual keypad based on alternate half-field stimulated visual evoked potentials”, 2007 IEEE Symp. Information Technology Convergence 1, 297-300 (2007). [8] M. Byczuk, P. Poryzała, and A. Materka, “SSVEP-based braincomputer interface: on the effect of stimulus parameters on VEPs spectral characteristics”, in Human-Computer System Interaction: Backgrounds and Applications 2, Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing 99 , pp. 3-14, Springer, Berlin, 2012