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Bruno Bagolini - bibliography

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Biography

Italian ophthalmologist, born 1924.

Bibliography

  • B. Bagolini, V. Porciatti, B. Falsini:
    Binocular interaction and steady-state VEPs. A study in normal subjects and in subjects with defective binocular vision (Part I).
    Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, Berlin, 1988, 226: 401-406.
  • B. Bagolini, V. Porciatti, B. Falsini, G. Scalia, E. Merendino:
    Simultaneously recorded macular and paramacular ERGs in diseases affecting the central retina.
    Documenta Ophtalmologica, 1988, 68: 273-282.
  • B. Bagolini, V. Porciatti, B. Falsini, G. Scalia, M. Neroni, G. Moretti:
    Macular electroretinogram as a function of age of subjects.
    Documenta Ophtalmologica, 1988, 70: 37-43.
  • B. Bagolini, V. Porciatti, B. Falsini, M. Neroni, A. Fadda, E. Merendino, et al:
    Simultaneous foveal and parafoveal electroretinograms in hereditary degenerations of the central retina.
    Documenta Ophtalmologica, 1989, 71: 435-443.
  • B Bagolini, A. Dickmann, G. Savini, A. Muci:
    Évaluation orthoptique dans la chirurgie réfractive (Orthoptic evaluation in refractive surgery).
    Journal français d'orthoptique 1991, 23.
  • B. Bagolini, B. Falsini, S. Cermola, V. Porciatti:
    Binocular interactions and steady-state VEPs: a study in normal and defective binocular vision Part II).
    Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, Berlin, 1994, 232: 737-744.
  • Ciro Tamburrelli, Tommaso Salgarello, Agostino Salvatore Vaiano, Luigi Scullica, Marino Palombi, and Bruno Bagolini:
    Ultrasound of the Horizontal Rectus Muscle Insertion Sites: Implications in Preoperative Assessment of Strabismus.
    Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, St. Louis, 2003, 44: 618-622.

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