Our results suggested that the amplitude in the patients with esotropic eyes, compared to the normal group, was significantly reduced.
Other studies have also reported the reduced amplitude in esotropic eyes.
Nonetheless, there are inconsistencies with respect to esotropic eyes in the results of the previous studies.
Differences in the electrophysiological responses of the patients with esotropic and anisometropic amblyopic eyes, compared with those of the control group, reflected some changes in the function of the cells in the visual system and the number of neurons transferring visual processing to the visual cortex of these participants.
This parameter was more sensitive to esotropic amblyopia than anisometropic amblyopia.