volume 54, issue 1, P118-128 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1976.tb00424.x
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Abstract: The acute effects of chlorpromazine, promethazine and rifampicin on the a-, b- and c-waves of the conventional electroretinogram (ERG) were studied in sheep. Iv administration of chlorpromazine and promethazine resulted in a b-wave amplitude decrease and an initial c-wave amplitude decrease, followed by cyclic amplitude changes resembling damped oscillations. Iv injections of rifampicin, however, resulted in cyclic changes of the c-wave amplitude without initial concomitant b-wave changes. The results of the p…

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