Neurodiagnostics (KGH)

Neurodiagnostics (KGH)
An Electroretinogram (ERG) is a recording of the electrical signal of the retina in your eye following presentation of a stimulus; we use various intensities of bright flashes of light. We record several squiggly lines which represent how fast and how appropriately the signal is travelling from each eye to the brain.   ERG’s are performed for many reasons, including:Assessment of retinal functionNeurologic diseasesTrauma ​ An ERG normally takes anywhere from 1-2 hours.  

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Mountainview Assisted Living Village
Electroretinogram
Neurodiagnostics (KGH)

2268 Pandosy Street
Kelowna BC V1Y 1T2

250-862-4334(main switchboard)

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